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I I'lJLlSilliD DAILY, KXCKtfT 805IMT, at t11k INTELLIGENCER OFFICE, so and 'j7 1'oufltekntll stekct. IMKLUUKHKU 1'1'DI.lNUINU CD., rropi**. T lilt MS: rEii ykak, uv aiAii., fomoE rrxi'Aia Daily, nix (Jays in the week DO Daily, thxeo day* the week 1 <l0 Daily, two days iu tho week? " ??'? Daily, one month - 05 Wkkkly, ono year, iu adrauco 1 <M) Weekly. blx months 450 The Daily Intellioiwckk li delivered by l? Wlii.nl i 11 ir iiiiJ Iiillucou: (OWUl Ut I I cent* per week. Potvons wndiln* to subscribe to tli- Dau.y Inhi.i.!oi;m:ki; can do .so by sending in their order* to the Ihtki.uouscku oftleo on postal e?r<l or otherwise. They will bo puuctuaiiy nerved by enrnern. Tribute* of Kcspcct cud Obituary Notices, 50 ceut# per inch. Correspondence containing important news *oiieited fiow every pari of tbo hurrouudinjj couu'.ry. Rojcctcd communications will not he returned Utiles uceowpanied by riufflcient postage. (Tlio intklmoest.t.it, embracing lis several edition?, is altered in tbo I'ostodloe at Wheel* lug. \V. Va., as second-ela^s matter.) TKLKI'IIONK NUMBKRS: JMIforlnl Konmi 431. Coantln-r Hnom <10. 8Eb WUKELWC., OCTOltKIt 11, 181K*. Governor SlauCorklc nml tlio Senate. now comet! UltJ t>UUbiiiift m;i;iuhu..vU that in conBcquonco of Governor MacCorklo'8 protest against the romoval of the coal duty he n?ay havo troublo to got to the Unitod States senate as the successor to Mr. Camden. Tho Btnrtlinu foature of this announce* meut is the opon declaration that Mr. MacCorkle has bo??n laying his lines to oust Mr.'Camden. Those wh? were informed knew that this was tho gubernatorial programme, but it waa supposed to ba a jocret. Joo Chilton wants the seat, and MncCorkle was to help him in re'tirn for Chilton's valuablo Borvice to MacCorkle in his campaign lor the nomination. It has been said frcolv by Domocratie politicians that MacCorkle was looking out for liimpelf and would endeavor secretly to make Chilton's success impossible, at tho snme time holding tho friendship of tho Chiltona and their foll*?vors. This was a difficult role that would bother a shrowdor politician than Mr. MacCorklo to play successfully. Mr. Chilton will not succood Mr. Camden. Nor is it at all likely that when tho timo comos ho will bo found tooting j|k for Mr. MacCorklo. Chilton may agree with MacCorklo on tho question of tho Br coal duty, may soo as clearly that Wosfc Virginia must havo protection for lier coal, tho Democratic platform to tho contrary; but whilo his party stands where it does on tho tariff question and lio bap political aspirations ho will not appear before the ways and means commi'tleo to cry for mercy Ho has tho advantage of knowing what tho governor did not know, that tho Democratic party of West Virginia will not tolerate oven ono sound Repubiicau principle in a Democratic politician. It cannot bo said that Govornor MacCorklo has cooked his senatorial gooso by protesting against free coal, for there has at no timo been any probability of his being chosen as senator. His party had not been thinking of him in that connection. This truth is stated in nil kindnoss and oolelybecauso it is a truth. If hereafter anybody shall declare, as a solemn warning, that Govornor MacCorklo destroyed his chnnco for the senate when bo protested against free coal, that will bo far from tho truth and will bo a porvorsion of history. The Intklucie.vckr thinks that, with a very slight margin for accidents, the caucus nominee to succeed Senator Camden could bo named now; but this is not necessary and might destroy hopes which it is plonsing to cherish. A writer with a taato for tho minuto discovers that Senator Gorman usually makes his lunch of cold lamb. Wo wero about to sny that perhaps cold lamb is the key to Mr. Gorman's littleunderstood character, but some purist might say that cold lamb can't bo a key to anything. A Great Chance. Woolen manufacturers say thoy cannot pay tho old wages under tho now conditions, operatives strike and tho mill9 shut down. This brings no encouragement to the wool-grower who has not yet found a market for his wool. If tho Democratic party will say that it will let tho wool ^tariff alone manufacturers will odor tho old wages, operatives will bo glad to rosumo work, and tho wool-grower will find a market for his wool at a living prico. Hero is u great chanco for tho Democratic party to make a name fdr itself. European steamships continue to bring us eholora. Their owners are interested chicily in tho passago monoy, not in protecting life in the raited Statos. Thoy need more and severer losaons that shall connect the hoa'.th of this country with their own pockets. "Where Spain Has Trouble. If a ship were to sail on n straight lino to tho east from Norfolk it would just about hit tho Straits of Gibraltar und would soon come to Mclilla, in Morocco, whore tho wild Kiff tribes of Moors aro making trouble for Spain. These fellows, at homo 0:1 the sea an well as in their mountains, their brothers and cousins of tho other former Barbary states, arc the artist.i who in dayj gone by woro wont to cut throato, to loot and scuttle ships on the Mediterranean. Morocco is within easy reach of Spain, but the Moors who are making the trouble are not bo cosily reached if they want to got away. I'hoir latest demonstrations give evidence of a determination to stand their ground ana fertilize it with Spanivl anil Moorish blood, a mixture by tu means new in the history of the tw< peoples. Spain can lioid her own a Melilla, but to come up with anil pun jgh the offensive Moors is another mat tor if they datenniuo to strike and i*e away. 1/ <. ??,! .in .1 i\, r\\f ( )i/?r< will bo frightful havoc, for thoy ur< absolutely reckless of life. Wiiat will Chicago do noxt? An Echo oi'tlio Yacht Itnce. Lord Duuraven complains that tin excursion steamers gave his cutter thoi wash and interfered with her speod, al though lie admits that tho Valkyrit would have boon beaten in any caoe. The interference of tho steamers whether the samo wag more or less, wai no -creator obstacle to tho Hritish cuttei than to the Yankee sloop, and this ii the first complaint heard. Tho coic fact is that in two trials the Yigilan has shown hersolf the speedier boat o tho two, and this record sho is likely t< maintain to tho end. Of courso lfun raven i3 greatly -.lis appointed, for ho hopod to go back t< England bearing a trophy which othon of his countrymen havo contended foi in vain; but ho should bear his die appointment philosophically aud buili a boat as close to the Amorican liiiei nu nnca!hli>. By the tirao ho shall have dono this American akill will havo devised u yacht just a little faster, and wo anal havo another protty raco and anothei pleasing triumph for tho bird o' froe* doni. It was a great experionco to ho at th< fair on Chicago day, evon at a coat o! blanketing tho tired body with tin starry heavens. + Too IJI^ 1-Jvon lor Chicago. Chicago day at the fair was rathoi too great a success. It brought into Chi cago a crowd beyond tho capacity o oven that great city to house, so tha many woro unable to fiud sholte: through the night. It drew to tho fail grounds a crush of pcoplo which tlx transportation system of the city, tlu boat in tho world, was unablo to doa with. If tho pooplo had given tho roads i chance thoy could havo boon tranrport ed from tho fair within rer.sonabl< time; but they all wanted to bo movoil atoneo, aftor tho night's doings wen over, and a capacity of noarly 200,000 ar hour was unavailing. Chicago went in to break tho rccort of at tendance at international oxposi tionn, auccoedod gloriously as she doei when alio goua in to win, and if thor< was discomfort that will bo forgottct in the glory of tho achievement. Tho. Law tit' tlio Koiul. An interesting bicyclo case has jus' been tried in Pittsburg. It seems tha a gentleman out cycling with his wifi thought tho drh'or of a wagon was try ins to run them down, and by way o retaliating refused to let the driver pas him. There was not a very serious col lison and a law suit. Tho judge advisod tho jury that the bicyclo has the same right to tho road as the wagon, no more and no loss; tha nobody ha* exclusive right to a publh highway; that tho highways are to bi used by poisons so as to nccoinmodati eath other. Tho driver was fouud uo guilty and tho costs divided. This judge makes tho law of tho roa< cicar in a ion nwiua,?iiu n, ia scuii ?.u ui the law of common sense and conimor politeness. In a civilized community everybody should find a real pleasuri in being considorato of tho right! and the convenionco and the comfort o everybody else. Tub World's Fair indebtedness i wiped out, not the least of the achieve incuts of tho management. More Waiting lor Ireland. Mr. Gladstone's management oi thi Irish question does not suit Mr. Hod mond and tho rest ot the Parnellitos and they servo uotico ttiat they will cu loose and go it alone. This threat, i carried into ell'oct, moans tho indolinit postponement of remedial legislatioi for Ireland. It is Ireland's misfortune that whet she is not bodovilod by her enemies sh is bucked and gagged by Irish hands The rarnellites cannot hope to succeoij alone, yet they break loose to try one mora that plan of campaign.# It ia no strange that Irishmen who can, solvi the problem for themselves by cumin; to this country. A Penxsylvainia farmor, who di< not boliove in banks, with the assist anco of a plucky woman fought olf rob hers who came in soarch of his goldei ileece. Then ho straightway hied bio to a bank and begged to bo relieved o his dangerous hoard. Banks may no bo more perfect than other humat institutions, but they are far ahead o up the chimney, in the cellar, under th carpet. BREAKFAST BUDGET. An Irish whitothorn cane, which wa? presented to Richard Urowm who com inanriod tho America when she won tin original cup in her trip around the Ish of Wight, is now in tho possession o William J I. Webb, a retired Now Vorl polico sergeant. Whilo Louis Woscott was crossing ar elevated railway trestle at Elizabeth, N I-, on Wednesday, ho was struck by i train and hurlod thirty feet awav, lund ing below tho trcstlo, a tall of oighteei foot. Doctors pronounce Jus iujurio us not serious. A personal in a Boston pupor roads a follows: "To Philanthropists?1 am i working woman; will someone buy uiu hold for mo two shares of Sugar com inoii, and allow me to nav in monthlj i natal men te V AddrossV.il. M." Ana P. Morse, against whom a vordic of ?'10,000 wan given by a Boston jun last wook for breach of promise of mar rlage, is seveniy-livo years old. .Mrs \ an ll'iuten, the plaintiff, is <|oscribo< as a pretty widow, thirty-three years o . age. T/io value of a lako view has booi fixed at sJ.ioO by a Lowell (Mass.) jury i which has awarded dama^o* of thnt j amount to n man whoso viow of tho laku waf f huf oil by u iiiorli fence* and * eheds erected by his neighbors out of 1 spite. Miss Fratikio Rose, of Apploton City, - Htfod four years, played "Marching I Through Georgia" for the old soldiers at tiieir u'roat reunion at Montrose, Mo. Snow wan already a foot deep on tho 3 Hii in in its of the likiM mountains of > Southeastern Washington a week nj?o, which la earlier by a uiontn than usual. The following words are to be iouud but onco ia tho liible: Ash, atonemnnt. immortal, millions and reverend. National grants in aid of education 3 were first inado in tho United Mates in r J 803. STATE Plti:SS PICKINGS. > Tliolr lMucu of ClarUburo New. ' How a school boy could stand to lia3 ten to hojiio of tho superlative nonsouso r used by senators in their speeches a against tho repoal of tho Sherman law is a mystery. Tho task of liatonlnir 1 must be a frightful one to tho other sont ators, and they no doubt thank Go 1 f devotedly overy day for tho refuge nfj forded them in cloak and smoking rooms. IlaiTivuAumei. } Monroe Watchman, Tho annual jamboroe which costs tho 1 people of West Virginia $15,000, with a r few hundreds thrown in for extras, is . in grand progress this week at Kanawha j City. Thoy call it the "Eucampmont of tho National Guard." i Don't Itopruseut tlio Party, Though. ^ Kinguvod Journal One thing can be truly said of tho 1 West Virginia Democratic newspaper^. I They seem to bo a unit for consistency on tho tariff for rovonuo question, *l .1. :? T?.?ir *?nn. sistoney is in striking contrast with that of thoir governor. ) It Does Indued. Farmer'? Advocate. 3 Tiio Republicans of Ohio have tho speech of Gov. ?V. A. MacCorklo before the ways and inoana committee, printed in pamphlet form and are using it as a campaign document. Over in Ohio it ia p "Billy iMcO." and "Billy McK." It don't rhyme but like the bedbug it f ' 'go ta th ere.'' l His Kxplaimtloii Don't Kxplnin. ^ Harper's Ferry i atdnel. Governor MacCorklo is bavins a serious r time of it trying to explain to his riled 3 follow Democrats of this state his pecu3 liar positiou bofore tho ways and means I committee. He hasn't explained, "as yet." j Glut] to Ilctir It. iloruan 'own JndtpendcnL The university is prospering. Tho 5 unpleasantness of lant year is, happily, ' a tiling of the past, and all are laboring ) with an eye single to the progress of tho , school. Vury Well l*ut. I South Branch Gazette. Wo have time and again niado tho statement that tho people were quite i satisfied with Democracy, to the extent 3 that they had enough of it. ItfHrtou fur Inquiry. Parker urn Stale Journa The Democratic party of West Vir k whore it id "at" on the tarifi question, t ? PERSONAL POINTS. ( "Old Ilundrod" has boon variously ascribed to l)r. Martin Luther, Dr. John UowJamt and William Franck. Dr. * Lowell Mason wrote quite a treatise on tin? old tune in 1853, sayiug cmphatiej ally that it was written by Guillautne , (William) Frank in 1543. But later musical historians and antiquarians, 1 who have investigated moro closely, say 2 it wad composed by Louis Bourgeois, o born about 1500 and died about 1572. 3 Calvin T. Sampson, who died last , week, was tho lirat to iutroduco Chinese labor into Massachusetts, if not into a larger region of country, lie was a ] ehoo manufacturer of Nortji Adams, B who could not come to satisfactory " terms with hia striking employes, whereupon he succeeded in procuring ' thirty or forty Chinese to take their } places. s The statement has recently been mndo in oni'/irul twiu'dhii nnru Hull, tlin ( i rti.il - j farm at Mentor, 0., is to bo cut up into town lots and put on the market. The Garfield home, however, will remain 8 unchanged. Thero are-00 acred in tho ' farm. Mm. Dr. T. W. Bull, formerly tho wife of tho junior James G. Blaine, was thrown from her carriage in Now York a on Wednesday and sustained a sovere . shock, though sho is believed to havo ( received no serious injuries. ^ Miss Clara Barton, now at Beaufort, S. C., in herolHcial report to the execu' tivo officers of the lied Cross association, o makes a strong pica for assistance for j the SJouth Carolina cyclone sutlerers. Ono critic places a pretty high estimate upon Miss Munroo'a Columbian ode. She places the amount of damages " shu asks for its unauthorized publicai. tion at $25,000. j Butralo Bill has bought a 510,000 rcsi0 deuce in North Platte, Neb., very near . tho spot where he killed his tirst Indian, and there ho intends to spend the rest 0 of his life. - In order to furnish sport for a shooting party on his Moravian estate, Baron Hirsch had tf.OOO partridges transported ! there in cages and liberated. 4 FALL FUN. 1 "They say he simply olectriOed his hearers at tho debate the other night." f "Humph! Why shouldn't he? Ho t took tho nogativo and was very posit tivo."?Duffalo Courier. Tho preacher was honest when he read: "Sinnor, turh, why will ye die?" L' But tho old man with the peacofck bluo whiskers got up and hustled out, all tho same.?Plain Ifculcr. l'risoner?Fine day, Judge. , Squiro?Yes, it'is. But if you promise . me you won't get drunk again, I'll rcu uiit it this tiuio.?Detroit Tribune. : There are soino women who know f how to cook mashed potatoes ho well ; that they never cook potatoes any other way.?Atchison fjlobe. i Tho world judges a woman, not so . much by what lienor she has as by :i what she has on 'er.?Dun&vilte Jlrecsc* A dog running away with his tail be1 tween his lugs is a good illustration of d a tamo conclusion.?Lmcll Courier. Jagson says it'* a wise man who goes 9 out of politics boioro politics goes out | of him.?Klmra Gaxell:. There is always a right aide to a man, " but it is not always up with care.? ' Galveston New. ' Don't I.<mv<* Port, ?' Don't conn a long laud Jouraoy, don't start as " emigrant for tliu far wont. If unprovided with that defender of health and conqueror of alok^ naif. iloitettor'tf Momach itinera, which will def tend you from sea ?lcknc*\ nullify fatigue and ill health canned by travel and cluing <?( diet, . and eouuteriu't malaria i'oerltu* ! it iordy*? i UviMnatUia, Uvcr complaint, ucrvou*? uuss u..J debility. KNIGHTS Ol^ I'VTHMS. Meeting of llio Orautl Lo(tffO~Piuiluiont WIiih the Drill I'rizo. Special Dispatch to the IntcUigmccr. Maktinsuoeq, W. Va., Oct. 10.?Delegates to the grand lodge, Knights of Pythias, and visiting lodges hiwo been , cooling into ttto town for the past C twcnfy?ioiir hours until tiio hotols and boarding houses uro all ovorllowing. Tim grand iud^o mot lliis morning ut 10 o'clock for business, 'llio * flicers aro W. T. Whito, of Terra Alta, grand chancellor; F. A. Long, cf Wheeling, 1 grand vice chancellor; Manor Jorikinii, of Piedmont, grand nocretary; W. H. Baker, of Fairmont, grand inastor-atarniH; W. G. Kaleigh, of Parkorsburir, J grand innsior of oxclioqucr; A. It K.vuna nf Wlianlinif. LM'Ulld otltor Sen* tine!; (J. E. McDonald, of Hunting' ' ing; grand inner sentinel; J. W. Mather, brigadier general of uniform rank, and hirf staff is composed of l'aul Prague, colonel, W. G. Haloigh, W. T. White, ~Z Frank Xi.-Smith, of New Cumberland, *' b. W. Conway and W. 11. liaker. Tho town has put on a real holiday attire; the houses on tho principal streets aro all handsomely decoraied. Mayor McShurry appeared at tho meeting'of the grand lodgu this morning and presented tho visitors with a large wooden lock and koy and the freedom = of the city. At 4 o'clock this evening a competitive drill between tho Piedmont and ? Martinsburg divisions took place in the public square, which was witnessod by suveral thousand peoplu. The prize, h $100, was awarded to tho Piedmont ? division. Tho Piedmont knights are *1 accoinpaniod by tho noted Gilbert band, " which ij greatly admired. There was a e: flambeau drill given to-night in tho m public square and the streots for blocks jfl wero crowded as though the wholo J., town had turned out. av vniTnit ??v tim xI, "" *" " Cl For Ltliol?Yho Jury Only Out Ton Minute* 3! xintl Return u Verdict of Guilty. p Special Dhiiatch to the IntelllQcncfr. ft Maktixsuuho, \V. Va., Oct. 10.?Tho trial ol F. Vernon Aleer in the circuit ^ court, Judge Dai ley, of Komnoy, pro- v, aiding, came up and was heard to-day. K U. S. G. Pitzcr appeared for tho atato il and J. N. Winner for tiie defonse. Aloer 11 was until last week editor nnd proprio- tl tor of the Maatinaburg Daily World, and ij tho crimo for which ho stands convict- tl o?l in tho libeling of Hon. Goorgo F. j, Evans. Over a year ago a negro boy in gj Evans' employ shot James Dailoy, a showman, who was passing through tho preniisca of Evan p. Aleer, through his paper, charged Evans with compile- ^ ity in the shooting, and aUo of participating in tho lynching of a negro here in 1874. Tho jury was out but ten min- II utes, when thoy returned a verdict of ^ guilty. A leer's counsel made a motion si for arrest of judgment and a now trial. A oi Now Oflleeti (did roNtmuMtors. Cl Sjtfcinl DitpacUt fn the JnteUhjencer, t i Washington, D. C., Oct. 10.?A postollice has boon estublishod at Haynea, ^ Webster county, and Goorgo M. Dyer y commissioned postmaster. At Samuel, Monroe county, Goorgo C. Miller has boen commissioned postmaster. Other postmasters commissioned were: George ? W. Warren, Hinton; John C. Simpson, ij Moundsville. _ After IlronlcfiiNt To purify, vitalize and enrich the blood, and" give nerve, bodily and digestive strength, tako Hood's Sareaparilla. Continue tho inodicino after every meal for a month or two and you will fool "like a now man." Tho merit of Ilood's Sarsaparilla is proven by its thousands of wonderful cures. Why don t you try it? Hood's pills euro constipation. Thoy aro tho host after-dinner pill and family cathartic. 0 An OUt SoUllcr .Undo lluppjr. "During my term of service in tho army I contracted chronic diarrhcca," says A. K. Bonding, of Habey, Oregon. _ "Since then 1 luive used a great amount of medicine, but when I found any that would give mo relief they would injure my stomach, until Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhcca Keuiedy wan brought to my notice. I used it and will say it is the only remedy that gave ine permanent relief and no bad rosults follow." For sale by Charles K. Goetze, " Will W. Irwin, Chris. F. Schnepf, Chas. MenkomelJor, Win. E. U illiains, S. L. ?J Brice, A. & Scheole, Will Menkeineller, John Coleman, Richards & McElroy, 8* Wheeling; Bowie & Co., Bridgeport, >' and B. F. Peabodv &. Son, Benwood. cl ^ ir Don't He Loft. One who hasn't fcoii tho World's Fair won't be "in it" after tho show is over. C Tho Intelligencer makes tho way easy. S ? A In 1090 tho king of Northumberland gave 800 acres ot land for one book, containing tho history of tho world. Now Trjr Thin. ? It will cost you nothing and will sure- ^ ly do you good, if you liavo a cough, cold, or any trouble with throat, chest T or lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relief, or money will be paid hack. Sufferers from la grippe j found it just tho thing and under its use r had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing it is. c< Trial bottles freo at Logan Drug Co.'s j, drug store. Largo siso 50c and $L 00. 3 To tlie Hlggc?t or Shown. Drop into tho Intelligences oflico and a talk about tho Intelligkxceu's popular World's Fair trip. If you can't come, C write. F: It carta Cci.imC'.>u*h<,Sor^ ThrontOronp.Inflaea* W ta, WheopfofCjugh, Bronchitis and Atthmu. A K certain euro lor Ccn'umptlon la flrct itagos, and A a oure relief in aiK'unccJ ctaiceo. Use at onte. You will tee Uie excellent client after taking tho first dote. Sold by dealers everywhere. .U.r,,e bottl** fiT**-*^ i*r Bicycles and 3 v'Watches givun/^'\4S-xS D to Boys and 1 (fe'ClouGirls. Writofor particulars.! WH}/ AMERICAN TEA CO. 1 3381?* 346 oth Ave.. PItttburq.Pa.fl U tiyjU-MWur Cl S\ <taru \Bajkingf- ? JtsoIafeIy^%L^_ 1/ Pure pi A cream of tartar baking powder. Qy lighest of all in leavening strength. -f.'licit United Stales Government bowl ItporL AL Royal Baking Powder Co., ?: 100 Wail St., N. Y. now < HOI ami c 11 ' ' ? ? - " ?- kitipi WANTS A COAL TAlUl'l'. ur Oivu Dmnocratic Minn Inspector IUs- 0CI ports la Favor of It. O Mining Inspector Ilarr, of this state, ? aa mado ono of the mostiavorable rc- J ortaovor issued on the coal mining in- o uatry of tho stato. Tho mines aro in J scellont condition, and tho operators ? 0 re irenerally complying with mining go< iwa. Coal production lias largely in roasod in tho past year, and tlio coko tt ldustry ahotva a alight increase. fi J ast year's atriko nearly ruined tho 1 jul und coke industries in Brooke, T,,n larahnl 1 ami Ohio counties. Tlio total roduction of coal in tho first district " mJ >r tlie year was 2,702,970 tons, against ,427,662 tons last year, an increase of $5,308 tons. The coko output was 17,373 tons, against 348,225 tons last ear, an increase of 10,14S tons. At the inp mino, near Benton's Ferry, a ays- fjlij >ra of taking coal out of tho mino by ^111 leans of buckots has been adopted. Mr. Harr is a Democrat, but is against le repeal of the duty on coal, and be- g eves with Governor MacCorkle that if ?? io duty is taken oil it would be tho oath of tho coal industry in West Yir- *c :nia. b) Coal Minors' liiot. PinswuKou, Pa., Oct. 10.?A Groena- ^ urgh, Pu., special says a riot occurred CO \ Sutervillo last night between tho q< rr fungarians of tho Black Ball and O 1 ivthesdalo coal mines, in which clubs, :ones and knives were freely used. Two Itingarians were fatally, anu a number 4 f others aeripusly hurt. Their names 3uld not bo learned. None of tho parcipants have as yet been arrested. yj So simple yet always efficacious in all iliotH disorders is Simmons Liver | leuulator. l\d\ of I Don't llo Loft. 1"13A One who hasn't seen the World's Fair on'tbo "in it" after the show ia over, he Intklliobnobk makes the way easy. | I'LiebigCompany's'! " v ? Thcso two words arc o known In every well ? ordorc?I household ? 9 throuffoout tbo world a nri O us des1?untii?K thu I O oidfs:. purest, t.u&i o ky JS. 0 and a'.ways-to-bc do- o pcudcd'iipou 1 Extract of Beef. I s? O PROF. SHEFF isthoonly Optician ) the city tlint Correctly FITS THE IVES WITH GLASSES Without the Use p JJrufjs! If you need Spectacles or your '" a ft* linoil iinlinj vvlniM ron<lin(rnr iwing, you can consult him and liavo our oyes examined tor classes without liarijo at his New Optical Establishlont, 1111) Main street, one door abovo noolc & Co.'a dry poods store. jorprof. sheff has the only cimplbteoptical Establishmentin the tato, and is the only Opticiau that Fits rtiflcial Eyes. litir XX10 3IAIN STitEET, "?l ANI nu::l-iuiv>' WhtM'ltn-;, W. V:i AW USE ME NTS. 3PEKA HOUSE ussday and Wednesday, Oct. 10 & 11. an Direct Irom hi* ?lx?raonthV run ut Kden Masco. Now York City, W( ^OWELL the mac,c,an AiuiUtcd by MIJ?E VKKA. and mi Kxcollont _ imnatiy. in a Grand Original klutortJiftimenr. All the New and startling l-'wuturus Produced I urius the Now York City run. :iX CENTURY MIRACLES! yp Prices?$100, 7jc audfiOc. S?i?s on sale nt C . Homo's music store Saturday. October 7. <> jgp. 5RAND OPERA HOUSE. ENTIItE WEEK. BBOIN.MINO OCTODKI! J i MaTINCK* WKDKKSDav ani) SlTUIttUY. he Origin! Ne# York Taeitra C). Autl Challongo H ind uad Orchestra. lanpo ol I'lay Nightly. 20 People. 2J5 Mooduy, OurwmnDi Tu?>?dny. Tom Pawykii; eduoidav Matltiue. Outwitted; Wednesday > lulu. liASei. Kiiikk; Thursday. JtiTriK ok iPK: Friday. Lady Audj.k.'s S?.cn?:i: -n;ur iv Matins. 1'ahtk and Dt.iMoNDt; Saturday Prc-i? Ifed.i. J'asvp. and Diamonds noun Pricc*:?1>.t"?an?l v?.. Matinee:?K 2'>an 1 mfn( p. Hfsorved Seat* now on sale at the ?rand ix otneo. '? >'. ntanj you. house o rlday and Salarly, Oct. 13 ani 14. Special Saturday Matinee at 2 0 clock. The Great New York Sucoev. <IDNAPPED :s The Great lteuliMlc Melodrama. Nii;bt Price*?81 on, 7"?e and Matlnoi'Icon?.Vie and 25e 8cAtAou?MlcatC. A. llou* '* ii-.1i- st.i-v \\ ,ln"? i i.. oriob.-r 11 ' ? EOPLE'S MUSEE THEATRE. n Opci all this week. Cowboys and Girls Indian ItcllM. Drama tti.k I.oitD KArNM.nuol Opeu 1 to 10 dull v. Hourly Shows. Op-ra SP? mlra 3 cuuu. one DiUie. No more, uc'J ^ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS T A NT I! 110 V, KI i*T K ! ] N i ?l: s! \\ TKKN years old. to lenrii tailor ti !? rm ]uof.'rri '\. M'I'ly oA'p-'. i< '< 0USE FOR lilvNT?-NO Is ALI l ifte"u. Kent J10 per mouth. Inq*.i r - of itOK IL McKOW'N. ut Itcdiunu A Co ? i ifihopa. So. J7M C'bapllnu street. . )KSALIC?ON K TVVKNTY-SEVKN Inch swing bv fourteen feet bv?t vn . One . ix.tixH I oc iron pinner. Hon lr first clansconditioo. C..M.itJ.lt I! \ ?buty? w. v?w ti' .. ' itiAL KOTIUJE. Colloci) ?tr.-ot will bo clo?od on and nt'eit-Mlty for tjiree or four dnvs. Travel wbi o go over the hill, u they will no', be |.?( tl to ko by MoCbllocli street, u* the ?>? jr Ik putting down new brick street. order of the Board of Public Works. J T. M. DAUU.SH. Clerk. tksH ^RATOGA CHIPS. BERT STOLZE & CO., till MARKET STR.KKT. 0USEFUKNI.SHING GOODS. Having completed our new bulldlun, wo :urry u full line of isefurnishing Goods, Cutlery, Sc., ire now prepared to furni?b the home* ;r with any nod every article In Clio above liKO. W. .IOUN?OVK SONn, VilO Main Street. Wheeling. VV. Vh. Filter the Water ? l'OU DRINK. BUY g SWING'S STONE FILTER !< * S EWINC BROS.. ? ic7 1215 Market Street. J ?<50o?oo??o?c?ooo?#?cco? irmers' Implement Depot. fKr.r Lati?t Bos? Poocl Mill frlud 15 bushels au hour with one bono, odder Cutter*, Fertiliser*, Potuto DiKKeN, WnguiiH, etc. r treatment and Keanunnble l'riees. K. HOGE,,,^ JRCH LITERATURE Our stock always includes ibles in all sizes and bindings, ethodist Hymnals, Presbyrian Hymnals, United Pres,'terian Psalm Books, Episcoi M J II..,* I.. u rrayers auu nywuiaia, atholic Prayer Books. RRECT STYLES AM) PRICES! 'ANTON^XSsL,. 5t C.^ie celebrated Vacheron Constantin Watch 3s them all. Don't think buying a Watch until you re examined it. G. DILLON & CO., 1223 Market Street. ^ESTGRS Vill do well to inquire the price of 'OCKSancl BONDS in our hands. tfPSON & HAZLETT, No. 1311 Market St.. nulO id Gloves Aro Unrivaled lr\ WEAR, STYLE /^/\ir f 3 UULUK5! All of the Popular d Choice Shades are ?11 represented. S. Bote Hi. f.?Vlm. Vigor. Victory.?1893. ?-0-? INPRECEDENTED SUCCESS OF THU Great Pittsburg ^.Exposition. 1 on J public cordially Indorse and proco It tttrpllSlnsly grand. All depart9 fully ready. An examination of It* r uttractlon* wtU aitomsli and plen? Music dally by the unrivaled band; f"gilmore . .AND . . brooks, ted by th? uncrowned QUUCNS OP I. . . . Frau riatcrna, Madame Sofia Scalchi, Lillian Blauvclt, Black Pntti, and Signor Campanini. ncd SEPTEMBER 6lh. Closes OCTOBER atst. ICIAL EXCURSIONS ANn RRDIICliU KATliS UN ALL RA1LKOAUS.