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JTko Intki.uouxcku, embracing it* several edltlouH. lscuterod in Uie l'ostolttco at WliwiJ UK. W. Vn., ii? hccoud-clavi matter. | TELEI'lIONK NUMBBR3: FilKnrlnT Itooiui |:tl. (!owntInj 1 loom...... 410. Wht I WIIKEI.INO, NOVOIItKU 11.1893. When t!?o Deeps arc Stirred. Hcavon only knows what fraud was committed in Now York and Now Jersey to kuvo tho Democratic machine. Tho riugstors knew they had a hard fight ahead and prepared for it. The election machinery was theirs and they used it, beginning with a padded registration aa in tho town of Gravoacnd. They defied tho law and ita ministers, for its ministers are largely their creatures. They had no idoa of all that was coming, but they made such provision as would have onablod them to stand against any ordinary majority. lloro is the ureat comfort for honest men in the overthrow of those scoun drels; thoro is a point boyonil which fraud cannot triumph. Tho jugglers can do bo much and no more. "NVhon tho waves of the popular iudignation rise against them as they did last Tuesday, tboy and alltheir criminal tactics aro as powerloss as a cockle shell in the trough of a high-running sea. Tho people can always smash tho most powerful political machine ^hon they resolve to do it. Etlorta on this line fail becauso not enough of tho people H boar a hand. There is no failure whoa ^ tho deeps are stirred. Mayor 13oody got tho booby prizo in Brooklyn. Mr. Pendleton and tho Tobacco Tax. A little whilo ago Mr. Pondloton, speaking through tho Register, ussurod the tobacco mon of Wheeling that thore is no intention to increase the tax on manufactured tobacco, und ho couldn't understand how they had been so misinformed. Tho misinformation was very general. It poppod up all ovor tho country. Now _ -?_> ?: f ~:_i. B UUlUJ^iUlUU VI uijjuiv #wa iw nuauiuf;ton and appears before a sub-committoo of tlio ways and means to protest ugainst any increase in tho tobacco tax; and tho Democratic members of tho ways and moans do not give tho assurance which Mr. Pendleton gave so fluontly. Tlio tobacco manufacturers of Wheeling, among thorn Democrats, resent tho suggestion that Mr. Pendleton understands their business better than they do. Thoy should remember, howover, that an election was coming on and tho faithful were doing all they could to boost tho Democratic cause. "Wheeling is a pretty good starting point for a part of Ohio. Put tho assurance can hardly have saved Mr. Pendleton's party many votes. At least tho saving is not apparont in the returns. New York's women aufl'rngists who6ped it up for Judge Maynard. Sorry to know this of tho erring eisters. Tlio Health ot tlio City. The work ordered by tho heulth committee is such as should bo going on all the time without waiting for a special occasion. Tho city should bo kent clean and cases of contagious disease should bo roportod promptly and as pre molly isolated. So far as tho health oflicer is concjrnod, the law dclinos his dutioa and it is for him to dischnrgo them without fear or fuvor, having in mind solely the public wolfaro. After he lias exhausted tho power ho has, it he finds ho needs inoro it will bo on tho lino of his duty to ask for it. Tho health officer in this city porforms an ungracious task when lie trios to do his duty, and ho meets with obstruction whoro ho has a right to expect co-oporatisn, but this should not keep him from standing by tho public welfare with all the intelligence, zeal and power he can command. Mr. Cleveland should take a day off nnd eeo whether ho cau explain it. Ho is the oracle. Tho Columbian Museum. Kxibit gifts aro rolling into the Columbian Museum at a rapid rate. Foreign govornmonts, states and individuals rogard it as an honor and an exceptional opportunity to got in under that great cover. That museum will bo without an equal in tho world. It will attract as no other cau. West Virginia's exhibits should bo among the attractions. That is just what tho people of tho state would voto for if they had tho chance. Song of the groat defeated?"Wo aro passing away to tho groat judgment day." Tin: curront number of llarjyer'a Wrrlhj has a symposium of southern governors, who write on tho resources of thoir respective states. Governor MacCorklo contributes a brief and ad* mirablo article setting forth statistically thn resources and development of West Virginia. Tho governor's articlo appoars in to-day's Intelmqejccek. It will bo found very convenient for reference. Thkse election returns are a doleful ditty in Democratic newspaper offices. AVIuit u Slaughter! What a slaughter of presidential timber the Democrats huvo sudorod. Ncnl has gone down under 80,000 plurality, and tho "favorite sons" of Ohio on tho Democratic side are all wiped out. Hill hag been as badly (mowed under in Now York, and to make it worse for bim hid machine is smashed to flinders. Flower is in tho same wreck. Tho Kussells are as so many gone coon skins in Massachusetts. PennsylvHnia has buried I'attiaon under 130,000. Iowa blights tho blooming Utfiu* with something liko 40,000. Anarchist Altgeld's goose is cooked in Illinois. There may bo somebody loft in Virginia, Maryland, .South Carolina, Kentucky, Mississippi. The World's Fair is over, but tho | "lady managers" are still in it. Is their row to go oq forever? Truth in Mighty. Tho Regular roinarks: "l'lio Intelligence!: kuow.-j tho truth, ovon goes ho far as to atato it quite plainly." Yos, that is what tho Ixtelligkncku pridos itself on. knowing tho truth and blurtiny it right out no matter whoro it Any ntriko. Lon? oxporionco and tho gratifyiug roanifoBtationa of public approval enable tho Intelligencer to couimond this plan of campaign to its esteemed and disheartened neighbor. When truth-telling is second nature, as it la with tho Intelligencer, it produces a highly ploasurablo sensation. Even tho novico may find a gratification in his first halting stops in this straightforward course. Of courso West Virginia is proud of McKinley. Isn't ho hor next-door neighbor? Prohibition in Iowa. Iowa Republicans had tho courage to lay aside prohibition, which had failod in everything clso except tho disruption of tho Republican party, and now Iowa is handsomely in lino. Tho return to common sense was thought by many to be porilou*#. It is shown to have boon wise as well us right Prohibition gained nothing for the cauae of morality, but it was a line scheme for tlio Democratic party. So it lias been elsewhere. So it would bo anyjvhere. Maine may bo cited us an exception. Tliore also it has failed, but it has not wrecked the Republican party. And bo Mr. Clovolaud will compel Congress to pass a free trade measure. In this ho will not have the help which enabled him to put through silver repeal. IIo will find the Republican party standing like a stone wall against him, aud it is a good guess that soino Democrats will seek shelter behind that wall. Thoro are soino Democrats who like to bo in Cougresa. It may bo, as the Pittsburgh Dispatch suggests, too early for presidential nominations; yet it is true that somo things aro self-acting. WcKinloy, for example, is a groat and strong man and has tho confidence and admiration of his party, with an immense following outsido of hia party. Isn't there anothor suggestion in this? To-night tlio Republicans of Martin's Forry will jubilate. They will mako it comfortable for West Virginia friends WHO may go ovor to join thorn, and there should bo a pood many that way inclined. Those aro groat times over tho river, and Ohio has mado a great fight for the rest of in. They will go ahoad, will they, notwithstanding tho remarks the country made to them last Tuesday? Wo shall boo. Thero is a story of a man who went head foremost into an argument with a lightning express train. The lightning express wasn't worsted. Now behold tho "original McICinloy man." lie comoth up as a flow or, but thero aro so many of him that he is lost in the boundloss prairie of McKinloy men. Still, ho is all right and not far off tho straight and narrow way. So wo aro to go into tho business of restoring dethrouod monarchs, aro wo? That will bo an entertaining issuo in tho noxt election. Tho Hawaiian opieodo will be hoard from. Tbade roports show that the country is responding to the Republican victory. It would respond still more if that victory had hurled tho free trado party from powor. _ Certainly not. Kverybody knows that. "Tho tariff had nothing to do with it." Tho people woro hungry. That's'all. Anarchism doesn't feel an buoyant since its prophet Alt gold was knocked out and Judge Gary triumphantly sustained. NKW PUBLICATIONS. "A Little Queen of Hearts," by Ruth Ogdeu, is a delightful story for boys and girls.of international interest, inasmuch as tho sceno-i aro laid partly in tliii country and partly in Europe. Tho author has won famo n* a writer of children's hooks, but her latest work may bo road by older people with interest and profit." Tho book contains over fifty illustrations. Frederick J. Stole< Company, New York; Fnuik Stanton, Wheeling. "Point La no and Diamonds," a collection offinntimontnl poems, byGeorgo A. Baker, jr.. is not a now work, but a revised edition with numerous new poo n has been published, profusely illustratod with a highly illuminated cover. Frederick A. Stokes Company, Acw York; Frank ,Slantun% Wheeling. "Sartor Hefartus," by Thomas Car* lyle, is familiar to all admirers of the celebrated English philosopher. An nrtiats' edition, with numerous now illustrations. handsomo binding and gilt edgos, linn been issued, and will bo an appropriate Christinas Rift.?Frederick A. blokes Company, New York; Frank Stanton, Wluelimj. "Frankio Bradford's Uear/'by Joanna H. Mathews, illustrated, is a girl's book, pure in tone, and, of course, convoying a moral without a preachy strlc.?Frederick A. Stokes Company, New York; Frank filillilOii, ]) Incliii'J. "Wliittier'fl Pooms," with ono hundred now illustrations, and highly illuminated covers, is just the thing ior a Christmas romembrnnco.?Frederick A. Stokes Company, New York; Frank Stanton, Wheeling. The Frederick A. Stokes Company, New York, have issued four handsome calendars?"Tho Playmates," "Lueill" and "bittlo Friouds," with twelve facsimiles of water color designs?and "Tho Dircotoire," of unique pattern. For sale by Frank Stanton, Wheeling. BREAKFAST F3UDGST. Francois Goes, a representative of tho French govornuient, has been inspecting the vineyards of California, lie took samples of tho wino with him for analysis by French government chemist*, and said that without them he would have difljculty in winning belief for his statements regarding the high grade of wino produced in California. Thomas Doyle, of Marietta, Indiana, has received a pocket testament which was carried to tho war by his lato father. Tho finder explains that ho fouud the book on tho battlefield, and carried it until tho war was over, liecently he learned the address of the old soldier's *on, and immediately forwarded it to him. \ ani'mt mnnfinc nf fiftv delegates. representing all the trades unions of Now Castle, 1 \i., was held Saturday evening. On Monday committees waited upon grocer*, butchers and coal doalors to ascertain what reductions they would give if the trade ot more than 1,000 porsons was thrown to them. Two men named Merrill arrived at Martin's lrerry, O., on a higbly-coJorol tandem bicycle last week. They called themselves "evangelists, and announced that they would hold servicos iu_ono of the churches, but the minister^ looked upon them with suspicion and refused to permit them the uso of u church. Dr. Martin, of tho New York health board, is now engaged in making analysis of tho now crop of tobacco from tho southern and western plantation.', to ascertain whether tho arsonis u->od in its cultivation to destroy bu^s has loft any poisonous effects on the tobacco injurious to health. Tho most disastrous flood was that of Holland, 1530; 400,000 porsons wore drowned. The Philadelphia Record takes noto of ucat fight that was won by a scratch. PERSONAL POINTS. M. Rosaignoi, who died last wcok in Paris, was thu oldest member of the French inatituto, and for yoara novor missed-a. meeting. Ho left" everythinir lie had to thocity of Paris, including an old cupboard, with one of its drawers well tilled with cold and securities, worth in ivll over 200,000 franc9. Maharajah Dhuloep Singh, tho Indian prince who died recently in England, always chose to consider himself a deeply injured man at tho hands of that country, though ho had lived there for many years and drow tho comfortable allowance of ?40,000 a year from tho government. Marshal MacMahon'a doath leaves vacaut tho presidency ot tho French Society for tho Assistance of Wounded Soldiers and Sailors. A movement Is already on foot'to have Marshal Canrobert succeed his late comrade aa president of that benevolent organization. Rev. Edward Everett Ilalo is to bo in Philadelphia most of tho next week to read for a charily in that city, llo is to be tho guest 01 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Halo will bo ontortuined by sovornl prominent clubs^during his stay. Tho only colored jnombor of tho Protestant Episcopal house of bishops in this country is lit. Kev. liinhop Samuol 1). Ferguson, who is in Baltimore. Ho ia missionary bishop at Capo Palmas, Africa. Mademoiselle Aimoo llapin, the armleas young Geneovoiso artist, who (lid a noted pastel ol' the duchess of York, can draw with her foet much better than many artists do with their hands. A LITTLE NONSENSE. A prominent Now York commission merchant tells this on himself: A countryman calied on him to iuquire concerning the standing of another houso. "ihey itro conscientious nontlemeujhard workingand honeat." "That's juet it" said the countryman, "1 ain't no gentleman myself, and durned if I'll do business with gentlemen. I'll aoud my goods to you."?New York Journal. Stranger-?You toll mo that to follow tho road is the longer way to town, and to cut across that Held and through that orchard is tho shortor, and tho next minute you say if I take tho road I'll get to town soonor. How's that? Countryman?Well, if you attempt to go through that orchard, the coronor will have to be sent for before you can go to town.?Boston Courier. Anxious Mother?My dear, I am afraid that young man you are engaged to has not tho disposition for a good husbaud. IIo seems vorv hard to please. Pretty Daughter?Hard to ploaao? I should say ho was. Ho never evon thought of marrying nuybody until ho niet mo.?Good ftews. "How long have wo been engaged, George?" sho asked. "Why, sinco laat August," he answered. "I couldn't toll whether it. was August or June," she ropliod. "You soo Ijkoop gotting you and Freddie fcSniikoua mixed."?I)Wiinrjton Xlitr. In search of an easior mothod: Pat (with bad tooth)?I'll tnko a bit uv toothpowdor, av ye oiaze. Wan uv thorn dentist felleys pulled a tooth for me wunco, but I'm alter thrving blastin' on this wun.?Harper's Ba:ar. Ethel?The play was very affecting, vou say? Clarissa?Extremely so. tethel?Did you cry? Clarissa?No; but I would have dono ho if I hadn't forgotten my pockot handkerchief?New York Press. A lonely spot on a dark night? "Would the gentleman ba kind enough to assist a poor man? Besides this loadoct revolver, I have nothing else in tho wido world to call my own."?T'uU Bit*. Old Lady?Just my hick! Caller? What's wronc? Old Lady?t'vo just herd of six euros for rheumatism, and nono of our family has got it.?New York Weekly. "A chemical success and medical triumph," co speaks an eminent physician in reference to Aver's Cherry Pectoral; and tho eulogy was none too htrong. No other medicine Is so safe and elliencious in all disease* of the throat and lungs. TillS VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. A Democratic Coagrott* Partly Itciipoiislblo Baltimore Hun (2km.) Ill tho north, east and west, however, ? tho caso is entirely different, ond in those sections yesterday's vote shows tho effect of the recent halting policy ol the Democratic leaders in Congress with regard to business and financial ques- s lions. It is true that Massachusetts, Ohio and Iowa aro ail Republican states under normal circumstances and conditions, but it is equally true thoy have A all heretofore beeu carried at times by tho Democrats when thoy wero ablo to claim popular support by a clean rocord and on good platforms. And whatever tho influence of local causes in any or ir all of these states this year, there can M bo no doubt that the business dopres- ei sion, prolonged and intensified by Dem- J1 ocratic divisions and delays, was an im- ' portant factor in tho result in all of tc those states, and was not without its 11 oflect in New Yorlc also, though in tho al latter the "boss," with his little hatchet, li was chicily responsible. w Tim on tlio "ISxporta." Cincinnati Times-Star (licp.) p Soiue of tho "experts" at Washington just before oloction discovored evidences that Ohio would not reverse her jr decision of last year. Tho Washington correspondent of tho Now York San u, said, when Senator Sherman came out to talce part in the campaign, that he u was rushing to the rescue of AlcKinloy, t( whoso chance for re-election was rapitl- $ ly ellppiiitr away! The Washington correspondent of tho Philadelphia .M<!cr, who is in touch with administration circles, also found by a careful survey of the situation that McKinley could not get more than tho normal majority, ono reason being that both Sonator Sherman and ex-Governor Foraker wero interested in obstructing his pathway to the prosidoatial nomination. Nothing could bo funnier now than the ante-election chattor of "political experts." McltluloytHiu. New York Frets (Rep.) The success of McKinloyism, wholhor it coiucs one year or three years from now, means a return to tho patriotic principles which made tho development of tho roaources of tho nation possible. Thoy aro principles which, with a few unfortunate deviations, have guided our statesman, f rata Washington to Mclvinloy. Tiiey have become imbedded, as it were, in the minds of tho peoplo, and the political cyclone which swept over the country Tuesday was merely tho uprising of the American people in favor of American labor, w American industries and Ainericau ,1; homo*, or, in other words, tho triumph d' of McKinloyism. t OlIU J'llllflO of It. St PhUade'jthla Time* (Item.) jjIlowevor politicians and partisans may diller 111 their interpretation of m Tuesday's elections, they show just one tt thing i'n which every American may rejoice?tho intelligent froedotn of the w American pnoplo and their capacity for si uoverning them?olvQS. They will submit for a long time to unfit leadership, b: if thoy believe there is any principle to 11 bo served in so doing; but the time al- p) ways comes when llrey wiii assefFthem- si solves, and in proportion to the inso- m I lonoA nf ihn nnrt.v rinminntion ifl tho empiiasia of its overthrow. vt Hail to thu Chief. Chicago Inter Oc an (Hep.) ftJ The tone that McKinloy gave to tho st Ohio contest was echoed iti every other 'ft contest of tho campaign. Ilis influence U1 was felt on every battlo-fiold of Now c, York, of Pennsylvania, of Massaehu- ? setts and of New Jorsoy. Tho Ropubli- ~ can party everywliore wont into action shouting tho battle cry of protection, in Iowa and Now York th(rt>omocrats sought to fight upon other grounds j than that of the tariir, but the liepubli* ^ cans would not have il that way; in every elate they forced tho lighting upon tho McKiniuy lino, and in ovory state they won. Democratic Ki-nponwlbility. Vhilud-.tphla Record^Dew.) Provident Cleveland in his woll-remoinberod letter of eorao weeks ago declared that hid constant prayor was that the Democratic party might not bo justly hold responsible for tho result of tho senato'a delay in doaling with the silver question. The returns indicate the President's proscienco in showing that tho party has not escaped a measure of responsibility on this score. A I'hitiNlblo Cluliu. c Washington l'oti, (hut.) Thoro is strong plausibility in tho Republican claim that tho approhondod - Hiutting ot tho rariu lo a rovenuo only basis, anil especially that tho radical declarations of tho Chicago platform 4 upon this subject, had much to do with producing tho reaction which for tho time boine relocates to tho rear the Democratic party at tho North. A Cioori Olio Yet. 3 Baltimore American (Rep.) The Ohio idea seems to bo a good ono yet. It moans protection to American industries and aa adherence to the Bi fundamental principles of Ropublicau government 8' r For a cloar head and steady nerves 12 w Take Brorao-Seltzer?trial bottles 10c. 2i Julius Jacobs sells dry goods chonpoBt. ^ THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. Mr doctor lays It acta jrwitly on Uia tomnch, llrer and fcMneyn.and la a pleasant laxative. This drink 1* made from herbs, and la prepared for use as easily J Mica. Itl? called LAKE'S IHEDIGIHE 1 All drnnrtita tell It at 50c. and $1 a pacKato. If you cannot tret It, s*nd your address for a freo uarnpir. b I.nnp'N Family Mrdlclno mnvr? tho brmrla enrh day. In order to b- healthy fhl? Is necessary. . Address. ORATOR F. WOODWARD. Lo Roy, N. t' * IJUIE MOST COMPLETE | link of Coil Vases, Fire Iroas and Fenders! 1 To to fouurf in nic city, at 7 GEORGE W. JOHNSON'S SONS', nolo 1-10 Main .Street V70UNI). 1 e 9 The nc*r Pi.act. to uuy 0 t PERIODICALS, MAOAZtNKS, STATIONERY Iaat I. B.FRBESE'S. 1410 Market Street. Periodicals. Mhjh/Iikm or Dallies dell re rod to p vonr residence or place o( hu<?inu?. A Rent for ? Plti-hnrih iiUrmfefi. Delivered for 15c u week, Including Sunday, 20a not . LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES PURCHASED. ocr. W. A. WILSON & CO., Cincinnati. A CHICAGO CATERER. Ie is a Very Popular Man in His Own City. onio Very Interesting Tilings llo Has to Tell. .ncl as Ho Is ? Famous Caterer He Knows Just What tho l'coplo Want. Ono of the most famous and popular caterers i tho city ol Chicago is fJohu E. Shaw, ol Wi ladlson street. Everybody knows him and orybody is fumiliar with his ability to provide ist what the people want. Thu extraordinary amount of work incident >thc World's Fair almost prostrated Mr. Shaw. !o was terribly run down, weak, nervous, tired. I tho tiuie, until lie became a mere shadow of imself. He had successfully catered for others, now it as necessary that he should he catered for. He >und just the thing aud now is able to cater for oople when they tire sick as well as in health. He is an interesting talker: Thegreat strain of the past Tow mouths did (deed break down my health and strength.' 'lie tid. "audi grew weak and di/./.y, tired easily nd was terribly nervous. "I was often absent-mludcd and drowsy aud ?y memory was very poor. 1 could got nothing >do me uuy good until I used Dr. Giceuo's ervura blood uud nerve remedy. 1 found this CATERER JOHN E. SHAW. ouderful modlelno the fiuest tiling I have ever sed. It Is better tliun the combined service of sctore for yours. "When 1 began'to take It I was a more shadow, owl have wholly recovered my health and reugth, and cutirely through the marvolons eaith-giving' properties of this remedy. "I mojl earnestly recommend Its use, nud all iv friends to whom I have recommcndcd it tell 10 same story?It cures every time." And the extraordinary thing about it is that it ill euro when other modiclncs fail. It Is a ire thing. uiven a case wiicro mo nerves nro wcatc, mu lood poor, or when the stomach, kidneys or vcr ure out of order, or when thero is poor ap'jl*?, "nnH'lttntli'" i if" , ' eeplcssuess at night with tired feeling on vakeulng in the morning, and it will cure lose symptoms almost lfue inagic. It is purely jgotablo and harmless. All druggists sell it r 11.00. It h not a pntent medicine, but tho discovery id prescription of Dr. Greene, Of 85 Wost 14th reel, Now York, the most famous and sucocss* il specialist in curiug nervous and chronic dlsisvs. Tho doctor can he consulted without jarge iu all cases, cither personally or by letter. QUEENSWARE. }reat Bargains. Will have a special sale of Fancy Goods for the coming week on our bargain counter athalf price, in order to make room for new goods. JohnFriedel&Co. 1119 MAIN STREET. AMUSEMENTS. 3PERA HOUSE Saturday, November 11. TWO allAND PLAYS! THE GREAT Hiilliau Lewis ! Assisted by Mr. Arthur Klllot nnd Lawrence Mnrsion'sStoek Company of Artist.4 in twoGrami I*lu>m. iturday Matinee. CRM) IT L0IIUA1NK. uurdivy Nig lit LAW* ML. These will bi elegantly staged. Now nnd gorpons dresses; mngrdllcuut uniform*. Night Prices? 50e, Po nnd (V>. Matinee rices?2T?c nnd 50c. No extra obnrge for reserved satM. on saloon nnd nftor Thursday, November ntC. A. Homo's music store. no!) 5RAND OPERA HOUSE. THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, November 9, lO and 11. MATINEE SATURDAY. The Foundation of All Sensational Dramas, WASTER AND MAN, Presetted by a Well Selected Company. Grand Sccnic and Mechanical Elleets. Seo the Carlolon Iron Mills in full blast. The lost perfect *.:euo ever placed upon the A merlin stage. Night Priow?15, 25. 35 nnd 60c. Matinee rices?Rcsorvod seats, 25c; Children, li)c; <?airy, 15c. Reserved scats on sttlo ut tho Grnud ox ofllce. no'j noF?.ASU} Novembar 16 and 17. America's Comic Actor, JOHN T. KELLY, In the Merry Eccentricity, VLcFEE, of DUBLIN. Clover Comedians! Sweet Hingcri! Merry Sourettcs! Graceful Dancers! Prices?50c. 7 hj nnd SI 00. Seats on snlo nt C. . House'* musie storo on ,iud nfter Tuesday, ovemlier M. nolo jRAND OPERA HOUSE. tONDAY, TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY NIGHTS AND WEDNWDAY MATINKK. NOV. 13, 14,15. ho Comedy 4 EI? D * 10.2SO Feet Spehuccosss, JLm*. w LJ clnl Scenery Carried for Ono Act A lotto. SCENIC AND MECHANICAL EFFECTS! ho Movnblo Hide Walk! Tho Nntural Gas Se-Mto! The Wowing Up of thcSnfo' The Stable Klre! Night Prices?15, -j. Si nnd 50c. Matinee rices?Itesnrvod ko:>t**. 25c: children. 10*;; galtry. 15a Scats on sale at the Grand box office. ii"l?> *JOB + W0RK* NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTSD AT THE INTELLIGENCER JOU ROOM-i NEW ADVERTISE MENTs WA NTED?CITV A XI) COUX i it Y Cauvaasera, ?fcc. Add rum itox in. i|[V noli 17UKST PKKSBYTKRIAN CUl/KClT ? Tlio pastor, Rev. D. A. Cuimlughum. ! ! will preach ut 10:20 a. in. und"::;i p. j?. tnuna iui'l services appropriate lur \W<ic ,i Prayer In bohalf of young men. T74KST UNITED PKKSKYTKKUY X? ClintCII, Kev. J. T. MeClure. 1) . l> , 1'raaobiug by Rev. I). A. MoCk-nahati, l?. 1 >. ; r frvHorof Allegheny Theological Seminar. ,: ,:ii. lint and evening. Sabbath School m jtil Christian Unlouat p.m. i. !!*' J^OTIOE TO MUSioiAicrs. The meeting Sunday afternoon will be held at ODD FELLOW'S HALL, at 2 o'clock. (noil] THr.<T)i.s. White Castile Soap! lHANCO BRAND, from LIvorno, Italv, jun received at H. F. BEHRENS'. noil '--17 Market strop gTOUKS FOR SALE. 10 sharo* of Preferred United States Gl im stock, ii guarantee of 8 por com. parable mmuU annnally. also a 10 per eont premium whoiisto. ; is paid, at cost. o aliares of I'eabody Insurance stock. .r.vuv down. Thete stocks arc good but must l> di lor cash at once. H? ?Li' A- 7.KNI, nolo 1.".'7 Market Hti.-. t. Tiie Earth Isn't Big Enough? o for Home people to earve u turkev, o>- <> tiK-'diilly when they usea poor Cam r + Von can always litid the best, ut prices > ^ that will suit you, at 4 ? EWINC BHDS'.. J l-'lfi Market Street. ??? ? ? ?? ? ? . stfjiSSnt*. I'OUCINCINN.VTI I,' i[ ; >" f V1LLE, MEMIMH& >T. 4 yffl L0UI8, NEW Oiilil AN'j /|^SQEJ-n ANl). lSTEllitEDI^a Will l<wvo W h R r f b 0 a t. foot ol EioveutU atrjssc. bj Steamer Hnd*on, every Sunday at s a rn. Robert A gnu w, .Master: Al J. SUven, I'lork. Eirnt-ehm faro, Wheeling to Cincinnati. 8'i. Round trip. *10. Meuls ami stut<> rooms included Tickets go-*! until used For freight or pilssage apply on board, or tctophono No. al nolo CRQCKARD& BOOTH. Order to Clean Up! To (he Citizen* of W'hee'iug: Owlnir to the prevalence of Diphtheria in our city, I would recommend tint all citizens irive tlie sanitary condition of their promise* their careiul attention. That they report to m? at times any ec?. pools or vaults that are in a ! 1 condition or need cleaning. That tin-,* clean up tho premies under tbeir control. JCacn citizen doing bis wholu duty m this matter much progress can ho made lu uvoiding diseases that are preventable. All communications to the Health Officer, signed by penou* sending, will bj look-. 1 nftor immediately. J. W. McCOY, noil Health Qlli< < r. RE-ENGAGEMENT. Prof. E. B. Warman IV [ |,1 GIVE 5 Choice Entertainments AT THE i'OL'IiTH ST. M. li. CHUUCII. Tuesday, Nor. 14?True and False Elocution. Thur.sdi'.)'. Nov. 10?Delnnrto Pldlowplij?theoretical. Friday, Nor. 17?Pelsorte Philosophy?practical. Tuev., Nny. *21?Cvltlral Analynl* .Haven." Tliurs.iay, Nor. 23?Ucadlugs and Recitations. CourbO ticket $1.60; sUiglo udinlasioii .r>ucenis. Knturtnl::menU will begin lit? o'clock ?hurp. Tickets for sale by the teachew'of tlio public schools mid nt Union Railroad Ticket oillco, 1300 Market stue.. ii"ll JNDEPENDENT PACKET. REGULAR WHEELING AND CINCINNATI I'ACKET, STEAMKlt SUNSHINE, Leaves Wheeling this day at 5 n. m. for Ciuclaiiuil, and every Saturday hcrvuttcr. For freight or passage apply on b'.ard or to xeiepuouo ~wj. Kccelptafrolght to all points South anil Wast J. M. GAMBLE, noli Manager, Bargains--^ I3ST G-TJlSrS. Wo have 150 Fair Guns to oiler at spocial bargain prices for tho next 30 dayp. Among them the "Parker," "Colt," "Lofever," "Prize Machine," "Pieper," "Fox," and ail the grades of single guns. Call at onco if you want a bargain. I. G. DILLON & CO., fBWEIiEHS. J^IST OF LK ITERS Remaining in tho PoitoQfce at Whooling. Ohio county. W. Vn.. Saturdav, November 11. To <>i>tain any of tho jollowlug tlio applicant must u.sk for advertised letters, giving date of list: LADIES' LIS!'. Bowman. Dolla Unrtline. Miss Mary Ballard, Miss .tannta Ktdd. Mrs. K (' Hcresford, Mi?s A. P. Lewis, Miss Kannio Baresford, Miss Biaucho Myers, Mrs. Will (Mark. Miss Stella McGowan, Miss Anna H Donaldson. Miss May Stuphens.Mrs Mary Jano Dully, Miss Sarah Thompson. Mi- Garria Daw'bins, Mrs. .Fames Wjlliuiuson. Mi?- .h-nma Goss. MPs 1 hit tie Williams, Mls3 Ku&y Harden, Mrs. Mazura GENTLEMEN^ LHT Aston. Thomas Lewis, T. Howard Birkor, Thomas Moore. Janus < Butler. William Merwin. James T. (OL) Beresford, Herman Prior. Bruce Blakcman, Walter Itelneraann. Win. llrillo. A. Repnlev. Mi 'L Britton, Churllo Itovnan. ivt.-r Craton, Hud. ticholcs Wm W. Dryfus, Lay Shepherd. < Dnnlnp. W. N. Wliitehatr, b. M. Jonos, Dati (dl) West, ivl. Karl, Joe FOREIGN. Foster. Hannah W. I W. C )WOKS'. P r; FOB RENT. A M 'k No. 100 Main street, three rooms - ^ ' No. 01 Seventeenth .street '' w Four-roomed dwelling, rear K0 Fourteenth street .. No. Main street, (warding houso , No. 0') North Front street 11 Four-roomed house. Manchester (' works 1 ' Hour loOJ ('haplinc street, thre<* looms. ' Itear 1001 Chapliue btroot, two rooms 1 Houaoon Warreu street No. 1'JJO Elizabeth street, two rooms aw. stable , No. 15520 Main strcot, threw rooms , No. 175 Seventeenth stroot - . No. 630 Market street ' 70 aero farm for market gardening, nur'h of city. $100 por annum. ,, No. '2-? South Front street ( No. ifi25 Eotf street, three rooimu No, I'll Alley ! ', tiireu rooms No. 11"? Fourteenth street No. 11(V? High Ntreol, live rooms ' No, :t Alloy H and Terminal railroad , No. .ri Alloy H and Terminal railroad No. '2o02 Main strcot No. 15702 Chapllno street. store room.. No. i.'ii0.'? Woods street, three rooms No. 2507 Alloy It No. 2509 Alley B. two rooms ' No. 21M Maiu stroot. throe rooms No.'20 Thirty.third str? e: No. ;rt'27 Chupline street, two rooms No.*2020 Alley H. two rooms . No. 107 Alloy 10, two rooms . No. in;. Twenty-ninth street ' . No 19 ?0 Main street, tlree rooms.. J Building for manufacturing or wholesale business, in rearof No IVU Market st. FOR SALE.? Realestatoof overy t " >" tiou. JAMES A.HENRY. Real Estate Agent. G. s. Claim Attoruj/. 1 lector uui Notary Public. noil 1Q12 Market Stroot.