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g THE INTELLIGENCER.
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THE INTELLIGENCER.
WHBKLING, JULY 5. 1898.
1
Flag of tho tree heart's hope and homo!
p By angel hands to valor given;
. Thy stars have lit the welkin dome,
And all thy hues wore born In Heaven.
Forever float that standard sheet!
! Where breathes the foe but falls before
us.
With Freedom's soil beneath our feet.
And Freedom's banner streaming o'er
I < us?
?Joseph Rodman Drake.
CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION.
The First Congressional District Repub
(lean Convention will be held, in the 1'ark
E Casino. Wheeling, on Tnursaay. juiy h,
& 1898. at 11 o'clock a. in., to nominate a canL.
dldato for Representative In the Congress
[-' of the United States, to lie voted for at
the election to bo held In November next,
i The counties of the district shall be on
titled to choose delegates to said convent
I tlon as follows:
Brooko 0 Lewis 18
Braxton 15 Marshall 3S
^. Doddrldgo 17 Ohio 67
ESfi Gilmer 10 Tyler U
t? HarHson 30 wetxel 17
Hancock 8
! By order of tho committee.
C. 1>. ELLIOTT. Chairman.
W. J. W. COW DEN. Secrotary.
I ' "
OHIO COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET.
(Nominated June 28, 1898.)
f V For House of Delegates,
H. P. BEHREN8.
B. W. CONNELLY.
^ HARRY W. McLURB.
ralph aiccor.
Destruction of a Naval Power.
| The details of the destruction of Ceri
vcra'a Spanish fleet on Sunday, publish[
ed this rooming, present o thrilling account
of one of the most notable naval
episodes. In all history, which oniy nnas
? Its counterpart in some respects in the
briHIant achievement by the American
I fleet at Manila, which won fame for
' Admiral Dewey in a day. The reports
settle a point that was in doubt?name;
ly that this powerful Spanish fleet was
destroyed by shells from the American
warships under the command of Admiral
Sampson, with the loss of but one
American killed and three wounded,
j, Not one of . these vessels, which were
r sent to annihilate the naval power of
the United States, escaped the certain
fate which was Inevitably to follow the
courageous attempt for freedom from
the Imprisonment In which It had been
held for six weeks by the combined
American squadrons.
This last blow, which renders Spain a
naval power of the smallest and weak'
est class, while a signal and in all probability
a decisive victory for American
[, seamanship and gunnery, was accompanied
by ono of the moat remarkable
displays of courage and determination
hi'the face of death, on the part of the
Spanish commanders and crews, recorded
In naval history.
Driven to desperation by the certainty
f of destruction or capture if he remained
!n Santiago harbor, Admiral Cervera
took the alternative between these two
humiliations on the one side, and the
equally almost certain destruction that
would follow a dash for liberty. To the
credit of the bravery ofCevera and his
comma nu, anu tne cnaruuioriPLii.
Si,.; oaclty of the Spaniard In a hopeless
??y. eittlft, It It chronicled that overy vessel
BjjS^ went do urn to total destruction, torn to
pieces by American shot and shell, with
Spanish colors flying, nnd without so
much as a token of surrender from any
quarter, until the last vestige of Spanish
naval power *n tbl* hfiinlsphera was
wiped from existence. ,
The brilliancy 01 the action of tho
'American fleet, the Joy of Its triumph,
the pride of the coniuerlnn heroes, did
pot cause the Americans to forget that
this Is a war for humanity's cause, and
tontflecttocare forthe survivors of the
crews who fell Into their hands. When
ts. commander of the Gloucester received
the distinguished wounded SpaniA'?mn?ni||,r
A/lrnlrnl forUhrn. hlin
HW ^Vww-'-'-'i
< 4<?lt, on board his vessel as prisoner of
wrir, Ja? flpluted him with congratulations,
as 'having made "as gallant a
fight as wif *ver seen on sea," he paid
bjm a tribute Justly deserved.
To-day will (end tho story with the
bombardment 'of Santiago and its capture.
General Charter having humanely
extended the ttrae necessary for the
20,000 woman and children and old persons
in the eky to he transferred to
places of safety before making tho nsaault.
It is bettered on two continents
that these events will bring an end to
the war. \
The New York World of Sunday was
Just a bit too hasty, as most war critics
are, In characterizing the operations at
Santiago as Ineffective and ordering the
government to send the Watson fleet to
Spain forthwith, without watting for the
completion of matters at tbe Cuban
stronghold. The trouble with the yellow
Journals, that know so much more about
what should he done than the men who
are at the front, la that they always give
their advice Just about tbe tine their
assumptions used as a basis are being
proved false by tremendous events.
An Historic Fourth.
Yesterday was an historic occasion (n
the United States. For almost a century
and a quarter the people of this
great republic have been celebrating Independence
Day, but not before In recent
years have they had so much which
added to the patriotic fervor of the Nation.
As If by design of Fate, it seemed,
the people of tbe country, who had retired
on the night of July 3d' with apprehensions
aa to what the news from the
seat of war might be In the morning of
the day on which they had expected to
celebrate ;& notaJble victory of American
arms, a* well as the oocaslon upon
whtch the republic was born, awoke to
find that their fears, far from being realized,
were dispelled to give plAce to rejoicing
over a victory achieved by American
heroes. And this victory was tn
behalf of a cause involving the principles
laid down in the declarn tlon of the
InalicnnJble rights of men, (he signing
of which gave Independence Day its significance,
Coupled with the newB of our
American soldiers holding the advantages
they had gained at such a fearful
cost came the report of the destruction
of the enemy's war fleet
Is it any wonder that, everywhere
Unit An/1 In Innila
where American citizens and soldiers
and seamen are. Independence Day
seemed more glorious than ever to the
living generations of Americans, and
that the flag appeared to wave more
proudly in the breeze ? Is it any wonder
that the Fourth of July assumed a new
significance to the young.and revived In
the memories of the old the days when
Independence Day was each year the revival
of the quality of patriotism which
Is expressed in the Declaration Itself?
It was a day for the celebration of the
triumph of American arms over a foreign
enemy of liberty on this continent
but, mingled with the rejoicing was the
grief of the Nation that It could not toe
so without the sacrifice of the lives, and
,tne maiming oc nunarcua ot vruve
American men who freely offered themselves
for the sacrifice,, and that more
must fall before tho victory at Santiago
is completed to-day. With the waving
of the flag throughout the length and
breadth of the republic, the playing of
the bands, the firing of the cannon and
the displays of fireworks the heroes who
fell on foreign soli, but while folowlng
the same flag, and the living heroes who
remain there, themselves ready to do
what their comrades did. If further occasion
arises, were not forgotten.
It is a sad thought that the news of a
great victory In war and destruction of
the enemy, which sets an entire Nation
almost wild with Joy, must contain also
that which brings sorrow?grtef for the
lives that were sacrificed, and sorrow
for those who have been deprived of
fathers, sons, brothers and husbands.
To these have come home the real horrors
of war, and to their hearts the
sound of the rejoicings of the Nation
conveys no comfort save that of the
consciousness that those for whom they
mourn fell for a righteous cause.
Let not those who have had the sacrifice
to bear toe forgotten. There was no
Joy tn their Independence Day. They
are comparatively few, tout It Is possible
that their number will be largely
added to before other victories for liberty
and humanity, such as that celebrated
on Independence Day, are hailed
toy a Joyful Nation.
Thts is the feature of war that all diplike'to
think about, and which war advocates
seldom permit themselves to
contemplate. Perhaps If the thoughts
that come after the realization of war
could be soberly weighed before the realization
there would be fewer who would
denounce as cowards those who are will
inp to exnausi nonoravie ijl-ucc iumdures
before war 4s resorted to.
Put for all these things, and they arc
ntctssary Incidents, even of the most
righteous of wars, Independence Day,
18M, has been made memorable as a day
In which the achievements of the fathers
of the republic were not only reraerr brred,
but a6 one 4n which honor was given
the crms of the republic they founded,
In ctr'klng a* decisive blow at the last
vestige of despotic monarchical rule on
the western hemisphere, and In making
more possible the opening up of a uew
light in the Orient.
An Ex-Confederate Reunion.
An Interesting event which will begin
on the 20th of the present month at Atlanta,
Georgia, will be the annual reunion
of the Veterans of the Southern
Confederacy, which, It ts said, will be
historic as marking the end of the first
generation which has run Its course
since the end of the civil war, It will be
on occasion of anniversariee of noted
events of the war, but In the main, no It
Is announced, a patriotic demonstration
of the devotion of the southern people to
the flag, and the spirit of unity which Is
just now Inspiring the hearts of all
Americans, without regard to section,
and which present events are bringing
out In bold relief everywhere.
In no other country could this "be so,
and In no other country could the fact
exist that those who fought to the bitter
end with these brave southern veterans
are wishing them well on this nnnunl reunion
occasion. A letter Issued by Gen.
r!?rtr?r-? Mr> idmnn.concernlnjr then union.
touche? upon tho present situation In
the Nation, and disabuses In the mind
of any one the unjust Idea that such a
reunion will be sectional In its character,
In the following language:
"The war will In no wine Interfere
with the objects, purposeH and plans of
the reunion, as the aims of the United
Confederate Veterans are, tu? stated in I
the constitution, strictly social, literary, 5
historical, and benevolent, and will be
so long as we can aid our living heroes,
and protect and perpetuate the fame of (
our dead."
The Federal veterans, tho?e who
fnr iho tTTiinn cause. will sympa
"'??? ?" ? ? thlxo
with their southern brethren In
these worthy purposes. It hn? become 1
of late a common Bight to wltncwi Con- '
federate veterans Joining with their .
Federal brethren In their reunions to re- |
new old-time friendships and to pledge
with them a common fealty t<? one flag ,
and one country, and In (Ms great reunion
of the southern nv.-n, similar
scones will i>o witnessed. J
The comon cause In which every part
of the country Is now enlisted, has eliminated
all that might yet have remained
of the old feeling of a generation ago, '
and to-day reunions of the northern men
and reunions of the southern men have
a deeper and more patriotic signiflcance
in them than ever before.
Our Troops In the Philippines.
The arrival of the three transports
with American troops at Cavite, which
was reported yesterday, has probably
ere this been followed by activities of
great importance. An incident of the
trip was the capture and Investment of
the Ladrone Islands enroute, thus giving:
to the United States an important
supply basis, Spanish governor and
other officials were taken to Cavite on
the Charleston. The arrival of the longlooked
for assistance for Dewey revives
interest in the operations in the Philippines,
and some stirring reports may be
expected from Manila at any time.
No uneaslnes* need be felt concerning
the approach of the Spanish Cadiz fleet
to the Philippines. It 4s not at all likely
that it will face the American fleet, or
that the latter will ever get a sight of
it If such a thing should oocur, then
the Remains of the Spanish navy will go
the way of the fleets that have gone before.
In the meantime, matters are
shaping themselves In the direction of
the end of the war In a manner which La
perfectly satisfactory to the United
States. '
Catch-Penny Cruelty.
The yellow Journals In New York are
now having opportunity to indulge intheir
brutal sensationalism to their
'ttPArtft' <v?ntf?nt. Their nreductions of
illustrations are something frightful,
particularly to the homed they vl.-it,presenting
scenes of horror, in wliich regiments
containing members of those
homes are allege* by the yellow journals
to have participated. A New York
contemporary refers aptly to th* Journal's
brutality on this line In picturing,
from Imagination, of ourse, a shell
bursting, on a page of the paper in the
mMdle of the roster of the Seventy-first
New York regiment.
Orr contemporary Is not v*>!?nt when
It characterizes this sort of journalism
as "undoubtedly the most dimnable
piece of catch-penny cruelty that tne
brain of degenerate man has yet
evolved." we say this language is not
violent, because it doesn't half express
the degree of cruelty.
Wheeling's Health.
The report of City Health Officer Jepson
for the past quarter of the current,
year shows, by comparison and general
statements, a very satisfactory condition
of healthfulness in the city, the death
rate of the quarter Just closed, being
but 14.94 per 1,000 population, oumpared
with 17.47 per 1,000 last year.
Dr. Jepson calls attention to the fact
that one-f(?urth the total number of
deaths during the quarter were of per nn>
sii'a* olvtv vonix nf nn-o H? it 1 <xo
notes that the city la now free from any
prevailing disease. TMs Id gratifying
as showing the general healthful condition
of Wheeling.
Germany officially denies the Story
concerning a tripartite agreement -between
herself, Russia and France concerning
tho Philippines. It was unnecessary.
If Isn't likely that Germany
would go into such an agreement ait this
time, or that she would toe willing to
take such a risk after the war is over.
An'international congress such as the
one indicated, could not accomplish
anything practical Perhaps Germany's
plans look to another route for taking
care of "German interests."
Even Buffalo Bill's most gaudily
painted Indians wore broad smiles of
satisfaction yeeterduy. Perhaps they
were thinking of what Spain Is getting
for having discovered America and
taken a large sllco of It away from their
forefathers.
The weather yesterday was much more
comfortable than to th< day previous
and the Fuurth of July celohrants were
alile to enjoy themselves without danger
of being overcome by the sort of
tropical heai which preceded it.
The news of the arrival'of the American
transports with relief and troops to
assist Dewey was not cue least 01 tne
pood Fourth of July reports received
yesterday.
It Is given out that England does not
contemplate an enormous increase of her
navy, as was reported. It may be added
that she does not need to Increase it.
BEWllDZBINO HUMAN NATURE.
The most Inveterate smoker never
carries his own matches.
A girl Is a coquette from the time she
wears her first new dness.
If all the world ever loved a lover
times have changed a great deal.
The most acceptable fairy godmother
is a crabby old spinster uunt with a lot
of money.
He who Is always talking about the
Joys of married life doesn't" have to
bother much with the children.
In savlnir iroodby the man who ap
penrs the calmest and least unmoved
feels the keenest. She who acema most
tearful and demonstrative Is least effected.
4 . ,
It la eaay enough for a man to fool
another. Only an adept can fool n woman.
A woman never can fool another
woman, but the dullest of them find the
shrewde?t of men unsopbistlcated.rNew
York Press. m
ltomr.
At laHt the nation, tired of strife, as conqueror
reposed; . '
The temple of the ?od of war with shouts
of Joy was cloned;
For many blessed days tho camp had
bloysome<d as a homo;
The dove of peace was brooding o er (ho
Bovon hlfln of Row.
Not now tho frenzied cull "To firms!" fell
on the startled ear?
Not now In every sweet wan hoard tho
clash of sword and spear.
For many calm and peaceful days?tho
first of thousands known?
A laborer could wn his broad and share
It with hln own.
A maiden wandered through tho dusk, nnd 4
hoard her lover's vow,
And did not fear she soon must Mnd a
helmet on his brow;
A mother kissed her baho In Joy; and
though It were a son.
She did not grieve lest he bo killed before
hfM youth was done;
For many burned days tho world rang clad
the tldlmtH out.
"The men of Home are all at peace with
all the world about!"
rhone tranquil times from Comfort's lips
throw kIkkoj*, nonr and far;
And everything was brighter, from a
flower unto a star;
And every Hwlnidiu; blndo of grasw, and
every towering trfco
Seemed hoping then that war was dead,
utid ever thus would be;
rno snopnera t? ?i nix unppioa nocks, the
farmer stored his grain.
Nor said "Thlh Itiimlilo wealth may swell
a foemon * bloody iraln;"
Hi? eottoce wall* wore Ivy-nrown, anil
fenced with peace uround.
And did not look for fooman'H lire to burn
thi<in to the ground;
And many thought the god* ahovo had
listened to their plea,
And Penee wan ruler of the land and evermore
would be,
?Will Carloton'H Mrtffnr.lno.
NO hotel Inrdar Is complete without a
stock of Cook's Imperial Champagne, "
Always keep It for your guests.
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POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
The keener the critic the more cutting
the criticism.
Xi ? Bomeuniva uiiuvuu iv mation
from a bank teller.
Times and alienee occasionally succeed
where ail other agencies tall
When the flying machine refuses to
soar It makes the Inventor sore.
Shallow-brained people bow to the
clothes rather than to the wearer.
A man's failure to accumulate a fortune
is seldom due to his liberality.
After marriage It's sometimes a case
of two fools with but a single thought.
The more work a man is willing to do
the more others are willing he should.
When a woman can't And any place
else to put a thing she holds It in her
mouth.
Rumors of war are leas interesting to
landlandles than roomers who pay in
advancc.
Some young wives love old husbands
because of their ability to transform
them Into rich widows.
For every dollar a woman spends on
her dress she sets about ninety cents
worth of show and ten cents worth of
comfort.
The American eagle Is a tough old
bird, but there is a legal tenderness
about its portrait on a silver dollar.
The man who Isn't capable of tilling
the ofllce better than the man appointed
has yet to be born in this great and
glorious republic.?Chicago News.
rAS8IHU FLEASAWHUBS.
In 1950.?"He's from somewhere down
east." "New England or the Philippines
?"?Puck.
Jones?Why do you say she reminds
you of brown sugar? Brown?Because
she's sweet, but unrefined.?Judy.
. Absent-minded Professor (in the
bathtub)?Well, jrcll, cow I have forgotten
whet I got In here for.?Filegende
Blatter.
Good for the Doctor.?Invalid?I
would rather be dead than as 1 am! Attending
Physician?Ah, madam, you
should live and er?let live.?Detroit
Journal.
"Does your cook make any trouble
when you presume to go in the kitchen
and tell her bow to do thlnas?" "Oh, no;
she doesn't take any notice!"?Household
Words.
"Confound these consumers!" exclaimed
the wheelman a.s he gazed at
his punctured tire. He had heard something
about the tagggjilways coming
out of the vxjiiBUjMttiyubton iranThe
Patriotic did
not go <o the fav^iroup country?
"No, I'm one bl^teflblowB who
stayed at home UrlrtjMC^peer and
drawing checks -^OWvland Plain
We All KnoU-\ l^^HUpckson and
his wife do not well together,
do they? he is the
kind of a fellow>wfifl^MEbely does his
duty to his wife., ^ffipiadi-lphla North
He Met His Lawyer.?"I.want to ank
your opinion," he said, "about the right
of the United States to retain the Philippines.
I don't mean a legal opinion,"
he hastily added. "I only want jrour
honest opinion."?Indianapolis Journal.
A Reflection.?"A throne," said the
boy king with the gravity becoming his
station, "is very mucn line a bicycle."
"In what respect?" Inquired the prime
minister. "Things go easily enough
while you're on. But .It's hard to dismount
gracefully."?Washington Star.
Ho thought it safer to write to the
girl's father for her hand. He was an
ardent lover, but a poor speller, and his
note ran; "I want your daughter?the
flour of your family." 'The flour of my
family is good," replied the old man;
"are you sure it isn't my dough you're
after?"?Yonkers Statesman.
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Real Estate for Sale.
A BARGAIN IN NO. 923 MAIN ST.-D
room* with all modern Improvements, including
laundry with largo water filter:
splendid cellars; river view; side entrance.
NO. 90 FOURTEENTH ST.-2-fltory
brick, 7 rooms, modern.
NO. 118 FOURTEENTH ST.-9 rooms
and 2 Hnlshed attics; modern improvements;
ail in good order.
NOS. 06 AND 68 TWELFTH ST.-Stores
and dwelling: 80 feet front.
NO. 150 NORTH FRONT ST.-Fine brick
dwelling; river lot.
NO. 81 OHIO ST.?Fino brick dwelling;
lot 65x130 feet.
A FINE FRAME DWELLING IN ELM
GROVE, with an acre of ground.
THE "THOMPSON HOMESTEAD." on
the Pike between Fulton and Leatherwood.
BUILDING LOTS IN THE COUNTRY.
Loans negotiated on Life Insurance Policies:
on Stocks and Bonds, and on City
Real Estate.
RINEHART & TATIM,
THE CITY BAKK BUILDING
leiepnono ziv. nuom no* ?.
i FOR RENT, **
73 Zane street, o rooms and stable.
49 South York street, 7 rooms and bath
and stable. . . .
51 South York street, 7 rooms and bath.
41 New Jersey street, 5 rooms.
800 Main street, 8 rooms and bath.
1148 Water street, saloOn.
MONEY TO LOAN.
THEO.~W^ FINK,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
1520 Market Street.
SUMMRR RESORTS.
OOBAW OITV/MD.
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Atlantic Hotel, directly on the beach.
Open all tho year. Modern Improvements.
Si'o rooms. Finest bathing, boating and
Hnhlng, both bay and deep sea. Absolutely
safe irom Invasion by foreign enemy.
THEO. L. PAGE, Manager.
BUILDING LOT8 for sale, low. Easy
terms. Own your own seaside cottage.
Address, JOHN P. WAGGAMAN, iW
Fourteenth street, Washington, D. C.
my TO
Allegheny Mouse.
Open June 15.
Rates 17.00 to 112.00
Spoclal, Rates to Parties.
MISS DUNG AN,
Mt Lake Park, Garrett County, Md.
jc23-tth&s*
HOTEL STRA3M33,
Formerly the Monteroy. Ocean end Virginia
ave. Finest location. Capacity 200.
Bntfrely new throughout. Excellent In evary
appointment. Superior tuble. Ocean
viuw. n i iic lur uuuKiui. DiH'ciai ruivs
for 4th of July.
FA1RBA1RN A- WILLIAMS,
'm ; Atlantic City. N. J.
Bow's Hotel.
Directly on the Beach nt Illinois Ave., Atlantic
City, N. J. Undoubtedly tlio finest
location. Every modern appointment, Indialing
elevator, hot and cold sea water
baths In the house. Perfect servico. .
American and European plans. I
Jefl RICHARD BBW.
Horlinhlro Xzxxx. (
Vh'irlnla Ave.. 100 feet from Beach, Atlan- |
Uc City. N. J. Hrduccd rates for June
*nd July. Capacity ?w. First-class hotol
kvlth every convenience. Elevator to street
ovol. Full ocean view. Cuisine and servlco
he best. Wrlto for booklet, showltiK hotel,
lew Eteel pier, golt links, etc.
JelS G. FRANK COPE.
OXZ3DBT33R I3\T3\T.
")cean end New York Ave., Atlnntlc City,
M. J. Opon all the year. JU.W per day.
HO to II2.C0 weekly. Jcl.s
P. KNAt'ER. 1
INSORANOB.
RBHL ESTHTE
TITLE INSURANCE. ;
1
If yon purchase or make a loan on rosl
estate have the title Insured by the
Ming Title and Trust Co. I
NO. 131.T MAIIKRT RTUKKT.* ^
I. M. UlTSSi.LL President "
* F. STIFKL Secretary I
J. HAW LI NO Vice President I
VJd. 1C. TRACY Ass t. Secretary |
3. It. IS. GlI.ClIItlST..Examiner of Titles
d?17
pilK lNTKlXlOENCKU JOU OFFICE.
1 NKW TV PIC. 8KI1.LRO WORKMh'.N,
iONlCST cor NT AND TASTY WORK.
tl-3NI? roil PRICKS. NOS. 2J AND ? ,
'oURTliLNTli STREET- >
raw AOvsmnsunNTs.
TJTANTBD-A POSITION AS CLOtt
W by* you nfr man. wtth good r,i?J
tttf. Address A., car* InieUicenotr ois?
' !
T OBT-.VEAR HOUSE ft HKRk
Jj MjLn.VS, comer Fourt?mih and Mu.
Set itrteu, or on lalajid ?trc? rar.
pockutbook. containing from su to at
Owner'* name I* stamped on inside,
oral m\rurd win be paid for Its return u
Intelugpnccr office. jys?
I^BOILERSFORSAlTj
; Three (3) 60 horse Power Tabular J
i ! Boilers.
11 THE BLOCK BROS. TOBACCO CO.
"j-?~ - QUARTER
MUTUAL EXTENDED.
SAVINGS
BANK. Interest will begii
? JULY tat
I'1' on money depotMarket
Ited 01 or
Street. b?ror?
JUir.9, I89S.
Our Store
will bo closed the entire IV;
day Monday. July. 4th. l>
H. F. Behrens Cg
QUTINGS AND PICNICS.
The greatest selection of Delicacies for
Camping Out you ever heard of?Chicken
Tamalca, llot Vienna Sausage*, Whole Ox
Tongue, 'Roast Chicken and Turkey. Pot.
led Chicken, Ham, Reef and Tongue, flai.
inon, Sardine*. RuHBinn Caviar, etc.: also
n flno election of Cheese, Crackcra and
Pickles.
ALBERT STOLZE & CO.
HONDAY18
4tlh off July.
WE HAVE*****
THE RED FIRE
R. H. LIST,
DRUGG1STJ?J*J? 1010 Mlln StretL
Your Girls
i can receive a thorough education
In ALL branches, and at tho
same time enjoy all the comforts
of a healthy, well regulated
country homo, with good moral
companionship and reasonable '
schooling fees, If .you send
^ . Mount de Chantal I
Academy rfi'W
Catalogues on request.
Best
SUMMER READING.
American Copyright Novels by the Best
Writers, In Cloth Bind ngs, Illustrated to
be sold at 33 1-3 PER CENT FROM PUBLISHER'S
PRICE. SL50 Books for SI.00,
etc., etc. See front table, near door.
CT A MTAM'C OLD OTY
O uil <J BOOK STORE.
mops
We have a lew Extra Large Refrigerators
you can bay cheap.
If you are in need of something
large sad good we can suit you.
GEO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS,
1210 Main Street
Marked
Down
Sale.
iSijmm.
Two thousand dollars' worth
more than wc ought to have at this
season, and must be sold.
All marked in plain figures that
will make them move quickly.
Some are soiled, but you can
save more than the price of a dozen
bars of soap on each garment
Some fine Cambric goods, lace
trimmed, in the lot
Call soon, while your size is in
stock.
This Underwear was made by
Sicgel Bros., of New York, who
are noted makers of high grade
goods.
1. S, Rhodes & Co.
Summer School.
LEARN
to WRITE
AND HOW TO DO BUSINESS AT THE
Wheeling Business College.
nOOKKEKPING,
8HOHTHAND.
TYPEWRITING
n<! any of the ENGLISH bntnohn*.
VST AS BUSINESS MEN REQUIRE
H EM.
SPECIAL atTnn*emcntf? for TEACHSHS
ujul SCHOOL CHILDREN dnrlni;
'ACATION. Cla**e? formed each MON'A
V. VERT LOW PRICES.
Call at or atKlroNH the College, corner
Iain and Twelfth wtreef. Jc3__
DEVELOPING AND PRIM N
Amateur Photographers.
Vy'"' Mall Orderi Solicited.
V. C; BROWN, 1222 Markat S>
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