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BETHANY. W. VA.
Tha flHy-alath MMlonofthU well-known In
Itltuilon op?n* third Monday In September.
Youn* m?a and joun* women received on
Musical and Art.
For full particular* and catalogue addrwi
ii. C. HAGERtfAX,
jr4-MW ftethany, W. Va.
School for Young
Ladies and Children,
1316 and 131S Market Street,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Sixth annual wasion beelns .MONDAY, SKI'
TEMBKK 14. 1BDO. Thla achool offer* %
complete and thorough education in Practical
Esomn. Mathematics, Esq li-m Classics, Latin,
Modern Languages and Elocution.
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ate Departments For circular* or interview,
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BOTETOURT HPBINUS. VIRGINIA.
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?ad no?t <uuc?i?flr ?qoipDj.l to vlrflol*. Eclectic*
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cution. DO officer* *nJ t'arhfT*. Situated in Valla?
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JOHN RANDOLPH TUCKER. Deun.
LEE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS!
Hardy County, W. Vn.
(Formerly known as Howard's Lick),
will open June 20. The waters contain a
larger per cent of soda than any other
sulphur springs known In the Virginias,
ana no lime. Hot and cold sulphur baths.
Dally mall and connection by telephone
with the Western Union. Round trip tick
ets over the Baltimore & Ohio from
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LEE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS CO.,
j<-S Mn thlaa, Hardy County, W. Va.
Grand Atlantic Hotel.
Virginia Avenue nnd the llrarii.
ATLANTIC CITY. N.
Entirely new. Capacity S3). 150 ocean
rooms, en suite, with bath. Will open
June 10, 1W. Hydraulic passenger eleva
tors from street. Lighted throughout by
electricity. Orchestra daily. Booklet con
taining terms nnd showing hotel, new
esplanade, etc., upon application.
. CHARLES E. COPE,
Tannemie* Ammranil Hcach,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Unobstructed ocean view. Homo comfort!.
MRS. GEORGE W. C ARM ANY,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
CLOSE TO THE REACH.
Hot and cold fe.i water bath?, nud ull tdaeeiof
Intereit. Kulargad and improved. Excellent
table. fmyai E. K.NEWCOM EIL__
OCEAN KM) 0K3KW tOKK AYKXb'H.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Now open. Strictly flrat-plim lu all its ap
pointment*. Writo for rale*.
inrao rita.VIC M. hTAMJI, Prnp'r.
HOTEL ? HTCLEN,
Michigan Avonitn, near Itoncb,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. .1,
Kates 38 to ? JO per ffcok. llcntcil.
eirSend for Rooklat.
inrflO *7". E. TIB3333D. _
mllE ALGONQUIN-FOP.MERLY TUB
J[ Mansion, corner Atlantic and Pennsyl
vania avenues. Will open Juno -7, undor
new management. Thoroughly Renoyated,
Refurnished and Decorated. Elevator.
American plan, J2 W> per day and upwards.
European plan, J1 00 per day and upwards.
Cafe attached. Cuisine and service first
class. GEORGE A. MALLARD,
16 to 1
Ts a fertllo lext for political argu
ment; but people who know by experi
ence, say there Ih no room for argu
ment relatlvo to the Wllllntns Type,
writer being the best machine on (ho
market for hard ovory day work.
Writes In plrtln sight; uses no ribbon;
prints like a press.
The Intelligencer uhbh and recornmonds
OOPP St DEVORE,
GKNI'.IML A (i UN IN.
Every description oit
book, Job, Nowspnpornnd Pos~
tor Printingdono nt Reuouable Kale* at tho
jHTrLi.iotsrr.n Jou Pjwntiko Orricr. Modern
and Rapid J'/cmci Now Typo and Design*.
Tilt I'opiiltntn Nominate Mini Oil
MAY NOT ACCEPT THE HONOR
Artnmil of H.vr.II Tn'niHI
Ilnwn?Wlltl nml W'only F<? nri wit
liraaril In ||ir C?^VPI11 lull KMllrilny,
llounur NoiiiIiikIIiik Tullt-A Wummi
M?k?. m Auiuln>lhi|t hlirrrlu \
ht. j.ouih, July Amiii xui'ii
of dltordrr o?Mvo'ohjiniolnrltcil
ovcry imllojml (Hilitlont convention thin
y>-?r th? I'npull.?t? yMtcrdsyinonilnati-il
William T. Hrr?n for I'rraldont and ;id
jMUrtiml uliif die. Thiit li, n portion nd
Till* warlike find factious Texnns, aid
ed by n few other rebellious atiiten, about
300 In number, but without any cousplc
Uou? leader amonjr them nil. remained
In their seat* mid acted us If they bud
not heard Chairman Allen's announce
ment of Adjournment. While the other
thousand odd delegate scrambled to get
away from the Intolerable hrat and con
fusion of the sadly battered hall, the dis
gruntled ones from the south, the noto
rlous "Middle of the Houd" faction.
Which had been the disturber of proceed
ings ever since the convention met Wed
nesday, remained behind and continued
among them solve* the scenes of wrung
ling and disorderly conduct which had
made their name a by-word among the
mom reputable and order-lovlmr dele
Their aotlon, had not the convention
adjourned, might have been const rued as
a bolt without a walkout, but under the
circumstances they were simply dissat
isfied with results uud were brewing
The enthusiasm attending tho nomi
nation. despite the emphatic protest that
he would not accept without his running
mate. Arthur Sewall. whom the Popu
lists had displaced with a man of their
own choice, Thomas Watson, of Georgia,
was on a scale almost equalling that at
Chicago. The trend of events early In
the day indicated his nomination, the
untls having apparently shot their bolt
and expended their strength In the vic
tory of the day before. There were
cheer* and hurrahs for the Nebraska
champion of silver at short Intervals
from the very beginning of the day's ses
sion until It culminated In his nomina
tion several hours later, following the
really eloquent address of General Wea
ver and the unusual sight of a woman
making the main seconding effort.
Perhaps the most remarkable scene
was that following the appearance of
the Imitation cross of gold with its
crown of thorry. bringing forcibly to
mind Mr. Bryan s dramatic utterance at
Chicago. As It was carried forward to
the stage desperate efforts were made
by the Middle of the Koad men to spot
its progress, and many exciting and
ludicrous Incidents followed, the most
amusing of which was the loss, by Ser
geant-at-Arrns McDowell, of a portion
of Indispensable attire, end In the tem
porary dispossession of which he sought
refuge from curious eyes behind the
friendly shelter of a state':; guidon.
The confusion and uproar. Interspersed
with jeers of derision from the opposi
tion, which were almost drowned out by
the cheers and yells of the victorious
Populists, singing of patriotic songs nnd
marches and counter-marches up and
down the aisles, ci>ntlnu*d for about
Othrr Incident* oftlin Day.
There were plenty of other nnd excit
ing incidents, sufficient to make the clos
ing day of the Populist convention one
of the liveliest of any national polltlcaj
Delegate Vallette. the irrepressible
man from Rhode Island, did not profit
by his experience of yesterday. He
again essayed to raise a disturbance to
day. but was ej'-cted with more force
and energy than the circumstances real
ly demanded. The last heard of the
New England disturber was an oath as
the skJrt of"his frock coat disappeared
out of the front entrance. lie did not
Another Incident fraught-with drama
tic Interest of a far different sort was
the appearance of Governor Stone, of
Missouri, and Tom Patterson, of Den
ver. and th-lr vain efforts to be heard
during the roll call of the states. They
claimed to be the bearers of an import
ant telegarm fruin Nominee Bryan, but
Chairman (Allen refused to hear them or
to Interrupt the roll call. He Interjected
rome remark about the telegram being a
"fake," and Messrs. Stone nnd Putter
son retired discomfited and disgusted.
Just before the nominations were
closed the following telegram was
shouted from the platform by tho man
with the fog-horn:
.Mrnnngoi Srni and ltrcrtvrd.
"TEltltE HAUTE. July 2.*,.-Hon.
Henry D. Floyd, delegate People's party
convention. St. Louis: Please do not per
mit use of my name for nomination.
E. V. DEBS."
Shortly afterward Delegate Marlon M.
Williams, one of the most conservative
"Middle of the Koad Texans. who was
willing to withdraw his opposition to
Bryan, announced that he had sent a
telegram to the Democratic nominee at
Lincoln, and he read the following copy:
"Hon. W. J. Bryan, Lincoln, Neb.:
Will you accept nomination for Presi
dent of the United States on the plat
form that the People's party have adopt
ed here in St. Louis? Marlon M. Will
iams. delegate-at-large from Texas."
At the hour of adjournment be hud not
received any answer, nor, Indeed. Iwtd he
heard from Mr. Bryan at the time this
message was filed.
I low In Oltfnlii ronton.
None of the wiseacres to-night pre
tend to predict with certainty what the
result will be. Whether a fusion can be
arranged or upon what basis Is. of
cour.ie, speculated upon. Whether Mr.
Bryan will decline the nomination is
canvassed. The shrewdest of the politi
cal observers nnd those who are the most
anxious for a unison of the silver forces
can ace this result only In the withdraw
al i>f one of the vice presidential candi
date. It Is strongly Intimated that
Watson may be Induced to withdraw In
the interest of such a union. It should
be said, however, that this Is Intimated
by those who wish It most. By confer
ring upon the national Populist*commit
tee plenary powers, those who are so
earnestly striving for an actual consoli
dation of the strength of tho sliver
forcr.'H. created Die machinery ny which
any sort of terms can be arranged.
Another of the remarkable incidents
of the convention was the adoption of a
motion, on suggestion of Chairman Al
len. conferring upon the national com
mittee plenary powers?all the power,
as the motion atatcd, of the convention
Itself. Some of the radicals pricked up
their ears when the motion was put and
there was it vague protest, but It Is cer
tain that the rank and file of the conven
tion did not realize the full Importance
of the resolution. This action may
prove the key by which the compilea.
tlons attending the desired union of the
sliver forces may be unlocked.
A .*>11111011 <lnM DolliiiN
Would not bring happiness to the per
son suffering with dyspepsia, but Hood's
Sarsaparllla lias cured many thousands
of oases of this disease. It. tones I be
stomach, regulates the bowels and puts
all the machinery of the system In good
working order. It creates a good appe
tite and gives health, strength and hap
HOOD'S PIM.S net harmoniously
with Hood's Sarsaparllla, Curo all liv
er Ills, 25 cents, &
Wln><'Aiiiiotflnp|ii?rt lli> nn mill the Pop.
Bt. OUlmvllk' Chronicle: For ninny
years John II. lleatotu as editor of the
OAisoitts lftbor?>d to Instill Democracy
Into tin* pfoplo or Helmont county. Hut
whatevor Democracy wan In 11iom?* days
It did not Mfind for repudiation. Neither
did the party |>oho as the champion of
unbridled license to engago 4ti riots and
dcMtroy property. John II. Hoaton Iwis
passed from earth, but What lie taught
m!Ill lives. Illn hod. Park A. Hcaton, In a
letter to a relative, tliUH states the slt
nntlon us n Democrats
"Hut with nil that, I cannot conscl- i
callously support Mr. Hryan. I do not
agree with him In hi* financial views
and believe It will eventually result, If
Much a mi'UMUro should he on forced, In
th?* greatest disaster this country ever
had. Furthermore, I can not endorse a
convention that would vilify a man like
Mr.CluVeland?a man whom 1 firmly be
lieve had the Interests of the whol*
people at heart In every movement. 1
am a Cleveland Democrat. 1 know that
Mr. llryan'H delegates walkfd out of
tlw HlralKht Democratic convention at
Omaha and endorsed Mr. llolcomb,
Populist candidate for governor. The
old line Democrats nominated Mr. Htur
dovant. Mr. Holcomb wus elected. I
always lookcd"upon Hryan as a Popu
list Democrat holding views that would
be detrimental to the country If put Into
effect. I do not consider myself sur
rendering one Democratic principle,
neither do I acknowledge leaving the
old Democratic party, when I refuse to
support Mr. Hryan. 1 think from the
present outlook that Mclvlnley has plain
sailing and should win with "hands
down." Yet, there may be another
party ticket In the field to which the
sound money Democrats would tlock,
while free silver Republicans would
support Hryan. As It stands to-day,
without another Democratic ticket In
the iHd, I believe McKlnley will g?.t
three Democrats to Hryun's one free
sliver Republican. Hryan will not gel
all the Populist vote, unless the con
vention at St. Tsuils endorses him. I
can't stand the Tillman, Altgeld flro
etiling gang utul nm truly sorry they
got such a hold on the convention,which
fact Is a disgrace to the party. The
party, ns a whole, should not be en
sured or condemned for the acts of the
convention. PARK A. HHATON."
As Mr. Ileaton views the matter ho do
hundreds of other Democrats. The pres
ent light Is not one of Republicanism
against Democracy. It Is honesty
AN UNSOLICITED TBTIMONIAL
From the Democrat. Atlanta. Texas:
"Being constantly asked by many of
my'frlends If Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
fur Pale People were doing me any
good, I ofTer this unsolicited testimonial
ami answer. Never having seen a weU
day since I had typhoid fevor last sum
mer, 1 could retain scarcely any food,
my limbs and joints uched and pained
all the time. It was misery to me to
rise up in bed aod my mind was cloud
ed. In fact was a physical wreck anil 1
felt that my life was drawing to a clos?\
and I must confess It was without re
gret on my part as my sufferings were
"Since I commenced to take Dr. Will
iams' Pink Pills, at the solicitation of
my wife, I have taken four box.'*. Hnd I
feel like ,a new man. My appetite Is
good and 1 now retain what 1 eat. my
limbs and Joints are free of pain and I
gained ten pounds in weight. My life
feels renewed and while not yet entire
ly well. I feel so much better that I un
hesitatingly assert that I bWleve Pink
Pills for Pale People a good medicine
for what they are recommended. Know
ing that no medicine will Pave life un
der all circumstances or In all cases, yet
I do honestly believe that they have
prolonged mine, or at least, where nil
was dark and gloomy and full of suf
fering it haa been changed lor the bet
"The manufacturers of this medicine
do not know of my taking It. Neither I
am I paid for this statement, but give I
It freely in answer tn friends and the f
editor of this paper.
(Signed.) JOHN RAUGRESS,
Sworn to and subscribed before me j
this 27th day of March. 1896.
K. M. HLAYDES. Notary Public.
Regarding the above testimonial of I
John Haugress. I beg to say that no
man stands h1gh?T for honesty and ve
racity in all this section than John Bau
Kress. W. II. WRIGHT.
Editor and proprietor of the Democrat.
Dr. Williams' Pink Tills contain. In a |
condensed form, all the elements neces
sary to give new life and richness to
the blood and restore shattered nerves.
They are an unfailing specltlc for such
diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial
paralysis. St. Vitus' dunce, sciatica,neu
ralgia. rheumatism, nervous headache,
the after efTect of la grippe, palpita
tion'of the heart, pale and sallow com
plexions. all forms of weakness either
in male or female. Pink Pills are sold
by all dealers, or will be sent postpaid
on receipt.of price. DO cents a box, or
six boxes for J2f>0 (they are never sold
in bulk or by the 100), by addressing
Dr. Williams' Medicine Company,
Schenectady, N. Y.
Chilly mill t'l iirl Ailvlce.
New York Sun, (Dem.): Senator |
Faulkner, of West Virginia, objects to
the frequency of the Hon. William Jen
nings llryan's communication to the
public, and avers that the young man's
"proper course now Is to remain silent I
and bottle up some of the personal joy |
lie feels at being selected as the candi
date of his party." This Is chilly and
even cruel advice to give to a young
deelalmcr who would not that the air
should cease to be tremulous with his
sounds. Having witched the Populist
thinkers at Chicago with tlw syinmetrj
of his countenance nnd the music of his I
voice, why should he deprive the rest
of the world of the bcnelU of his clile"
qualifications? To bo sure, he seems to
need two or three years to get one of his
declamations Into condition, but what I
of that? He must have practice. He will |
not be grateful to Mr. FAulkner for
trying to deprive him of It.
On tlir lIlKlit Slilr.
Bperlnl Dlfpatch to the Intelligencer.
<M,ARKSHFRO, W. Vn., July 2r..?Dr.
Truman Core, a prominent and Influ
ential surgeon of this place has come |
out on the side of sound money nnd pro
tection. lie belongs to a fnrnlly that
have always voted the Democratic tick
et, but with that Independence whlc'
characterizes blm has cast his poll tier
fortunes with the Republicans. Ills
action will doubtles* exert a powerful |
Influence over the younger element
Democracy amongst whom he Is he
in high esteem.
From early child
hood until I na? \
gfown my family 5
spent a fortune j
trving to curc mo C
of this disease. I visited Hot Springs (
and was treated by the best medical t
men, but was not benefited. When"
all things had f- ft ft | A failed I dc- i
terminal to L U II M try S.S.S.
and In four I fl| U 111 months was
entirely cured. The terribh eczema
was gone, not a sign of it left My
general health built up, and I have
never had nny return of the clincasc.
<xl 8.S.S. anil
yet known u failure to cure.
(IT.U. W. Ill WIN. Irwin, I'n.
Novur fulls to cure,
uvi'ii when all other
rotiicdlOM Intvc. Oar
t rentier on blood anil
*MT/ Jumnlea Ginger
Jjjy is made of pure gin
ger. No adulterants
-no brandy. Nothing
but ginger in solution. An
infallible corrective for stom
ach troubles and similar com
plaints. A natural stimulant
for the system and nerves.
Be sure and get the genuine
j All Sort* of Iioi'mI Xiurt nml (.'oulp from
. IIioUImi Cllr.
J James Lavllle ami Clyde Hawley are
In Jail hero, charged wltli beating and
| robbing a IIun*rar>u 11 who works at the
I blast furnace. The evidence against the
1 boys Is very strong, though the Hun
I garlan Is unable to understand or talk
| English. Lavllle is an old offender, but
the Uawley boy Is only a beginner.
They will be given a hearing before
I the mayor to-day.
| Colonel S. 14. Moonoy returned Satur
day from the east, whore he spent most
of last week on business, lie spent sev
eral days in Baltimore, where be found
the most Intense Interest manifested in
the 1k>U1 and defiant assault made upon
the monetary system. He has no doubt
of the result so far as that city is con
The camp meeting folks have had
their ardor dampened very consider
ably this month, but notwithstanding
the continued rain, folks continue to
Hock to the camp grounds for a season.
Many of them latterly provide them
selves with bathing suHs.
The water works trustees will build 1
a frame structure over the machinery
at power house No. 2, the Jarring of the
machinery recently having rendered
the oJd brick dangerous. The founda
tion Is all right
The firm of Blakeney & Seal. In this
city, will go out of bus)ness and it Is
stated that C. H. Blakeney will have a
position In Chicago.
Hackett's itrass Band paraded the
streets Saturday evening, advertising
their excursion to Chippewa lake, next
?Mtes Lucy McGregor, of tin? Fourth
ward, has returned homo from a visit
with friends and relatives in Pennsyl
The Bellalre. ZanesviJle & Cincinnati
train ?ot through wt noon Saturday,
leaving In the evening at Its usual tlm'e.
Miss Elizabeth Gallaiier, of the Fifth
ward, will leave this evening for Hay
market. Va., to visit friends.
It is thought that the steel works will
go on this evening and the plate mill
resume Tuesday morning.
Misses Laura and Daisy Baugh have
returned home after spendnlg a few
days at Bethesda.
MIss Nellie Moore, of Martin's Ferry,
Is th* guest of Miss Amelia Steger, in
the Second ward.
Miss Laura IloftniRn will return home
to-day from Slstersville, where she has
Mrs.Churles K. Dunlap and baby have
returned home from a visit with Tole- !
Miss Bert Shanafelt returned home I
Saturday from a visit with Pittsburgh
Miss Jennie McMurray, of Garrett,
Pa., Is visiting friends in the Fourth
The high water has broken up a num
ber of fishing camps from this city.
F. P. Barber spent yesterday at Ep
worth park. _
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a free samplo
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
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These pills arc easy In action and ure
particularly effective in the cure of
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by their action, but by giving tono to
utomach and bowels greatly Invigorate
the system. Regular size 23c. per box.
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LAST summer one of our grand chil
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Mrs. E. G. Gregory. Frederlckstown.
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By using "The Now Great South
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In order to give everyone, an oppor
tunUy III see the grand crops in <>?.
western stales nntl enable the Intending
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Milwaukee ,4 St. l'nul Railway has nr
runged lo run a series of harvest ex
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anil to other states In the west north'
west and southwest on the flowing
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the low rate of two dollars more "than
CMC I'AItK fin- lite round trip Tickets
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date or sale. For rales, time of t?
and further details apply to any cou
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bruises, soren, ulcers, salt rheum f?S
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farllnh"nr""teed to give porfeot satis
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J MARKED DOWN SAL.R-0150. R. TAYI.OR.
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MARKED DOlS SALE!
or TIIK KNTIIli: STOCK Or LADIES'
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MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC SKIRTS,
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC DRAWERS,
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC .CHEMISE,
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morning and during'this week. 'Come earlv, while the
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At present our stock of Belts"is better than it has
been at any time during the seasoa.
POCKETBOOKS AND BAGS in real Seal are marked
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
OR DPR TPNT fltfB Tailor-made Dresses, Dress Skirts,
run OEiill UIT CapeSi Jack^s and Uwn Wrap
pers continued at the Reduction off?5 per cent off reg
MARKED DOWN TO 35 AND 50 CENTS.
GEO. R. TAYLOR
For . til
| Changos of
, Water, etc.
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