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THE INTELLIGENCER. NMaM Mir, tut# M>t. kr Tie lateOJgciicer Publishing Co., u am> 27 rounwri* sum. Ycram Far Tear, by Mali* la Ad*ttc?, t PmUx? FnptM. DmOr (llx t? Um W*?k) 1 Y?*r.fS.30 . Daily, Its HoatJis -?. 9.00 qillft Tkin 1*30 D^lr (ThrM Day* la the W?k) 3.00 D^lr(Two Dmrm 1m tM*Wmk) 1.00 C^Jy (On* Month) ? 45 WwUf (Om Year la Adttaot) 1.00 W?klr (Six MonU.i) M THE DAILY WTELLIOBNCER U dtflT nd by emrrien In WbMlln* and ad jacent towns at 10 ecau p?r wee*. Pirioni wishing to subscribe to THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER can do ao by sending In their orders to tho InTELLIOENCER office on poiUl card* or otherwise. They will be punctually > eerved by carriers. Tributes of Respect and Obituary Notices SO cents per Inch. Correspondence containing Important news solicited from every part o2 the surrounding country. Rejected communication* will not be returned unless accompanied by sufficient postage. [The INTELLIGENCER, embracing Its several editions, is entered In. the PostOffice at Wheeling, W. Va.. as second-class numgrj . __ TXLKTHOKB Nl'XBIIU MUftoHw> 823 | CoantiBf gOQM... .?n THE INTELLIGENCER. WHEELINO, JULY SI. 1108. And the Star Spangled Banner in triumph thafl wave. REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL TICKETS. First District, BLACKBURN B. DOVENER, ? of Ohio County. Third District, , WILLIAM a EDWARDS, of Kanawha County. OHIO COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. (Nominated June 23, 1S3S.) TTAIIU n* ruUsntA. H. P. BEHRENS, B. W. CONNELLY. HARRY W. McLlTRB, RALPH McCOY. County Superintendent of Free Schools, GEORGE 8. BIGGS. Cuban Government and our Responsibility. feature of the conduct of the war Is Cuba is one whloh presents a situation which was not altogether unanticipated, and was predicted toy conservative leaders In the United States and In tooth houses of ff^rgress who were opposed to a too precipitate haste In recognising the Cuban republic In the measure for interference. The situation Is developed by the apparent tmpression among the Insurgent leaders and their men that the United States has gone to war for the purpose solely of conquering: the Spaniards in the Cubaa behalf, and that eacto captured point must be immediately handed over to the Insurgent troops to be sacked by them in total disregard of the amenities of civilized warfare. They cannot understand why it should cot be so. The refusal of General Shaftcr to permit the Cuban forces of toalf-etarved end desperate men to enter the city of Santiago to loot and plunder It, has caused Indignation among1 them, and deep mutterlngs of dissatisfaction were indulged In, notwithstanding only a detachment of Americans were sent into Che city. They had actually selected a governor from theirown number to take charge of the province after the surrender should take place, and are indignant Co find that the expressed purpose of the ftJnlted States is to be carried out, that a stable government is to be established after the conquest <s made, with the as?la<an/uk and linilnp thft HimPPl'l.41(111 of the United States military forces, and that the military government is only to give way to a government chosen by the votes of the free people of Cuba, when the war is over and peace Is completely vectored. To pursue any other course would be dangerous to the good name of the .United States, for it has assumed a responsibility before the world which must be carefully observed. The sacking of (helpless people by the Cuban Insurgents, whose hatred of the Spanish population Is Intense, would bring disgrace to tht? country. The course which the President has pursued, and which will t>e followed at other points than Santiago 1* the fulfillment of the obligation to prevent excesses and lawltesncss -until a stable republican form of government has been safely launched, n government choeen by the free people of Cuba. But the Cuban forces about Santiago do not appreciate these things. Whether those that are scattered In other portion? of the Island will be any more appreciative remains to be seen. The news that the Cuban soldiers in ine province of Santiago were practically useless in the campaign, but did nothing tout accepted food from the American!, neither fought nor worked, gives the reason for the contempt in which the American soldiers hold these patriots whom they went to the island to shed their blond for. There is every reason to believe lhat the intelligent Cuban citieens, and even many with Spanish sympathies, appreciate the work in which this country is engaged, but the quality of patriotism end appreciation exhibited by hundreds of Cuban soldiers about Santiago la anything but admirable. It is a problem for our government to solve how to y avoid a rupture with these types of Cuban*, but our military commander* will doubflenji prove th*mnelvcs equal to the emergency. There is no Intention to seize the Island for annexation to the United States, but the outcome of the situation may make It necessary to occupy the island with a large military force after peace with Spain comes, until conditions of safety are secured. In (he meantime, there fs no doubt that American Influences will qiilckly bring About the dmnges which will result In the good that the Americans are fighting for. UntU all this is brought about the civil government of conquered territory and at Cuba, ittelf trnrn ueceaaarlly U uni rolltary bull. General Shifter hflj (allowed precedent in continuing the local Spanish civil officers tn Santiago. It la generally don* In*military oonQuests.bin In this case it ia probably only temporary, as doubtless ttie miliary government will become a neoeestty until after peace la established. There are doubts that Spanish officials can be trusted, for they are as a rule, nutorlotnly corrupt The Philadelphia Press, commenting on thla phaae of the question, and referring to the course to be pursued at once, and until a permanent republic la established, truthfully say*: The entire Spanish civil adnrinlstrs tlon in Cutpis honeycombed wItfc fraud and seamed with corruption. No fabric of honest government can be built on (his foundation. Ail must be swept away. Our business Is not to "give the Cuban republic a chance" or to keep the Spaniards down or to aid autonomists? the most respectable of the lot?to organise a new government. Our first duty Is to begin through army, officers an administration relentlessly honest. Just and rigorotw. Cuba has never had a government in which taxes were honestly collected. Justice done and murderers hung. Santiago needs this and army officers can give it and should. The Job Is the hardest possible. The land Is desolate. The hills are fullybt robber bands calling them.a1..u p.ik.n A* dnanlah Plantations nctvca vuuiu' -----are -hairied and swept. Labor is demoralised. All the institutions of society are in ruins. All this can be restored solely and only by the strong hand of military power and through commissions, found useful in our last war, honest, fearless and able. The sooner this line is taken the sooner Cuba can be given a new autonomous Independent government. This is vigorous language and1 It meets the question upon its merits. It suggests the best, the most economical, the | most honbrablo method to pursue. In .view of the grave responsibility the United States has assumed, and the fact that It must foe fulfilled with honor and ( that faith ho kept by giving: the Cuban ! people on Independent and stable government, It is the safe and wise policy. Confidence In Dewey. It seems that the reports that have | come from piong Kong regarding j strained' relations between Admiral ' Dewey and the German adrtlral have j either been greatly exaggerated or they are practically without foundation. Reports received from Dewey by the department at Washington make no reference to such feelings'as are being re -* 1 ?An nfflnlnl [ puncu Wjr wuc?iwuu?iiw. ??...? communication from Admiral Dewey, | received Tuesday, reporting no changc In the situation, had heen conveyed lo Hong Kong In a German warship. This Is taken naturally as evidence that the relations between the two fleets are friendly. The absence at Washington of any official anxiety concerning reported strained relations at Manila ought to confirm in the'publfc mind the repeated statements from Germany and our officials that the German emperor Is maintaining strict neutrality. What he may do in"the future, and to what extent Germany will want a "finger in the Phlflfplne pie," the future will develope There i? IHtle doubt that she will desire to figure In the matter In some way, but at present, all logic would seem to dictate an avoidance of any policy that would tend to provoke thle country. It stands to reason, In view of tola official dispatches, that Admiral Dewey feels himself competent to take care of any situation which might arise in the meantime. Since his magnficent performance on May Day, he has won additional laurels aa a splendid diplomat Dlplomatio genius, along with a magnificent naval genius, marks Admiral Dewey as one of the most remarkable commanders in a critical situation his tory has produced. The promptness with which the movemenu against Puerto Rico and the Spanish coast have been put under way will have good effect in more than one way. A contemporary point* out that an Important effect will be to Induce "sincerity In the pcace proposals which Spain herse'lf -will finally make." i Spain's vacillating: and hesitating course In the peace matter has already been very costly to her. It Is inspired by moral cowardice and the fatuitous idea that European powers will yet volI untarlly Interfere for peace. The rapid movements that are now being made t by the United States must result In one of two things?the utter humiliation of | the Spanish nation, with the loss of everything, or a really Hncere peace proposal from Spain. It must be a choice between the two alternative* and it must be made quickly. [ Among the military appointment* made yesterday, by President McKlnley wan that of Hon. John W. Mason, of Fairmont, as major. This is an honor well bestowed on one of West Virginia's I moet distinguished citizens,und on* who does not lack in military experience.. I Mr. Maaon is a veteran of the civil war. having entered the army when nunc young, and served bravely throughout in Mnulsby's famous battery. No appointment to ttoe military service could have been more fittingly bestowed, and the Intelligencer reflect? the sentiment of Mr. Maaon'R host of friends and old comrades throughout the state In congratulating 'him on receiving such an honor In recognition of his past services to the country. The Madrid dispatch that General Toral surrendered without the knowl .? Itlaanil nr*A ? 111 Hf? IVIIlM.milP. i cage *? ? tialed, savors- of the regular dolly announcements made In Madrid for thf manifest purpose of allaying the Indignation of the Spanish populace against the government. It may of may not be true. Perhaps Toral will prefer an asylum In America to a return to Spain to be either court-martialed hy the government or torn to pieces by a mob. Wounded regulars who have been l.nolr a ra irlvlnir that <v)lnr.>r1 I rn.in* who fought at Santiago great credit for their brave conduct To uso tho expression of one of tho white regulars. 'Tho colored tmopt carried off the palm." It 1s related that their conduct was so splendid that the white regulars cheered them during tho lighting, The fact that they were led by whlto officer* does not detract one particle from the courageous action of the troop* themselves. The colored men thorough Ijr dcsnooatrated tteir lUiUOcatlon* m make good soldi en, and the prejudice against them that existed is some Quarters Is entirely wiped out by the record of their deeds. The following paragraph ffom the Philadelphia Press sums up a shlniog truth to a nutshell: "President McKInley," says the Press, "ha* through the war been steadily and consistently in faror of winnlg success with tije least possible lou of life. The arm chair strategists have bellowed Tor "vigor;* but, sow that the results woo are summed up, less than 300 live* were lost tn Action on one nae, ana on *ne ovuer ?a? ' nil* Bay, Santiago, 2,500 square milee, 25,000 troops, nineteen war vessels, an admiral and 1,000 sailom President McKinley's policy is triumphantly vindicated." To-day the Democrats of this congressional district will name a candidate for Cbngreis. There does not teem to be any idea in anybody's mind upon whom the honor will fail. The main point, however, for the voters, of the district to consider, will be the stand taken upon national Issues, for upon those issues they will be called upon to vote in the selection of a congressman. This , is a matter of vital importance and the people will not toe steered away from it. Santiago, it Is reports, needs only ??** unH imnmvpd tanitarv con V.1LU1114iO W|' ? ? ""T j dltlons. The people seem to have settled down to American rule, and are already witnessing benefits In marked contrast to the conditions under Spanish rule. Belter food, lew disease, safety from assault, and general peace after three years of constant terror are conditions which oven the Spanish population will sooner of later learn to appreciate. The movements of troops for Puerto Rico Is active enough and prorppt u i.juafn rhct4 rho nn.ieeMlon of enou^ii IU JHU?.U><. ..... ..? ...? the Island by the United States la but a question of a brief period of time. Tli a Kaglc. L ?. Say! do you remember when x Got out of the newt One hundred and twenty-two Years ago? Why. I had no feathers, Not even a plume on my talL But, Lord love you, My talons and beak Were O. K. And I had 0.000 horse-power Concentrated in my Lung-pad! n. The mlnuto I got out Of the nest ' * Things weren't big enough. I told. King George The three times That I was particular About having my tea taxetf George agreed thnt I was As yet a spring chicken. Very well. I dumrwni George's tea over And told hiia to go Hand in. ' Then camo Lexington; I was there. It was Thoro 1 found how to Scratch gravel. . Then camo Bunker Hill. The Revolutionist weren t Exactly onto my ahapo yet. But 1 was there. Well, 'twasn't Ion* are George throw up the job of making us brewers drink Tea! IV. From that time on They begun to look At mo. When they Invent?* The Stars and fltripos, I Didn't know but what It Was a gridiron and that They were going to give mo A Boast. Tin. .Inmi oral niunllMII Blnca they put me on Top! V. On Ton? Beeri there ever since. 3S12 rame alonfc: I was covered with feathers then? Id Eat. as they say in Latin, I knew my buslnoM. It was a short affa!r, Bather uninteresting. You see, I only hud To scratch gravel Twice. VI. Then the Spaniards in Mexico pot an Idea. 1 don't remember who* they Got It. T Hut any way. 1 hatched Texas and New Mexloo. v .And *ot a man named Pollc To bow things for mo at Washington. named after An old pard of George Washington! VII. Then came an affair Over which I was In a Quandary. Both Bides HHomred to me. It Was blamcl hard: They were brave fellowa Down south; they helped me In Mexico. But I made up my mind all At one*. There must be a republic, One and Indivisible: Therefore. I had to lick some of My own children! VUT. Of course. I don't call Indian fight* much. i n?*y wrrp irouDiesomr. anu Thf?n. they brought forth Several good generals. IX. Hut what I nm getting At is tho prr*ent Fracas wllh HIspanoln. Dirt you ever are anyihlns Like It? Never, never. my son! Manila makes thi? Anolralvpse n small hour. lp?vj tho fleet off the Ocean: Hent them to Davy Jones! They aro nil! They are summer ranorts for Mermaids, with Father Neptune as hotel Clerk! And It was dono by my Son I?*wey. Th*n tho othor floct, th* Flower of tho Ppnnlnh navy, Ww nunk by 8(imn?on! Rampnon? Heard th? Nam* *om?wh?*r? before. Hut nevw mind. Hrhlfy wh- th?r??, too. Oh. my noIdl?r* and My jolly Torn. If you undrrwtand tho Kmntton und?T my . Downy tircawt this IV M. And A. M.! i nin prowi: 1'ni InAancly promt! ficrmany ha? two r.icle*. Hut they nrvn't ?n It Willi Your Paid-hcaJed old rnolo! Ham! Columbia! Look outl For I've cot to spread My wtwtat Whlr-r-ro-o-o! I'm n Mrd! ?Harold Marjrrath In Pyraemo TTomld. HAVE YODASON,BROTHER, Ilushnnd nr Iiovw In tho Army or Navy? Mull him tO-day * X* fwoknrf of Allen's Foot-Kano. i powder for the fiot. All who tiMirch. witlk or ?tnnd nwd it. It euros nchlnjf. tlrvd* *oW. swollen, mvpiiliiiR foot, ml mnk^t, hoi tlicht or now shoo* i usy. Fort can't HllPtor. *rt Sot* or (TiuIoum Whsr* A lion's Foot*Ka?o Is UMd. 10,00 tentlmonlnls. All druKglidM mid shoo sforf* noil It. Hnmple sont FUKB. Add reus Allou 8. OlmiteU. Iso Ray, N. Y. m I JamK^ POWDER Absolutely Pure fOlHTED PABAGHAPHJ. Uneasy lies the heaa tnai wears no hair In fly time. A threat of tar and feathers is enough to make a man fly. "Women will never love each other as they do their fellow-men. It's easy to get onto the curves of a bow-legged pitcher. The musician on the stage looks down on the ono in the orchestra. The woman of the hour is the one who says ahe'll be ready in a minute. But few women ever see their ideal of feminine perfection outside of a mirror. Twenty usually constitutes a score, but sometimes it's 2 to 0 in the ninth inning. There's absolutely nothing new. Elijah, of biblical fame, rode in a horseless chariot. Every single thing on earth has Its use, and it is probably Just as well that we don't know about some things. Notwithstanding all the arguments that have taken place, but few dobatable questions have ever been settled. The boy who thinks his father is a fool may kick abcutfhe quality of the grub served in the penitentiary In after years. A philosopher says that one has to be in business with a man or in love with a woman in order to know that he doesn't know them.?Chicago Dolly New a. High Lights* Sleep rests us, because while we sleep hope and fear sleep, too. A cynic doesn't want other people to be happy, because then they know he Is a failure. A man who never makes a fool of him aeir seldom unaersianos way do ian t popular. When a woman seta out to be a professional invalid she always makes a buccoss of it. Some children grow up In spite of their Indulgent parents' efforts to kill them while young. Woman Is created without a sense of humor, because when a man la laughed at he doesn't propose. The man who knows it all misses a good thing in not knowing people who would like to hear him tell it. The man who has had to cut his own grass never finds fault with the man whom hla wife hires to cut it?Chicago Record. _ llowu This9 We ofTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not De cured vy nan a uauirrn cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Tolcdtf, O. WALDING, KINNAX A MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Iiall'a Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and raucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by druggists. Hall's Family Pills are the best Itelirf lu HU Hours. Distressing Kidney and Bladder disease relieved In six hours by "New Great South American Kidney Cure." It is a great surprise on account of Its exceeding promptness in relieving pain In bladder, kidneys andiback. In male or to male. Relieves retention or water almost immediately. If you want quick relief and cure this Is the remedy. Sold by K. H- Ltet* druggist. Wheeling, W. Va. Rottud Trip Kammrr Kxenrslon T?ck?t*. Commencing June 12. the Monongahela River Railroad Company will sell round trip summer excursion tickets to "Webster Springs, W. Va.. and return. The location of Webster Springs is sixteen miles from Cowen, W. Va. Tickets are printed to read via Cowon and Hack Line between Cowen and Webster Springs, though if passenger* holding Webster Springs tickets desire to visit Camden-on-Gauley these tlckii>m )if? Imnnrpil for nassnno from Cowen to Caroden-on-Gauley and return without extra charge. The new hotel at Webster Springs is now open anil affords ample, first class accommodation for a largo attendance. Tickets on sale June 12 to September SO. inclusive. and good returning until October 31, 1838. For rates apply to Hugh O. Bowles, General Superintendent. Monongah. W. Va. oTrcIT OLCir FOR SKIN-TORTURED; BABIES And rxt for tired mother* in a warm bath wlthCmcrnA 80A*? and aalngle application of CtmcOBA. (ointment), the great skin cure. Ctmcuiu IUStKniES nfford Instant relief, and point to a epocdy cure of torturing, dl*. , fl-uriui:. lumill luting. Itchlnj;, bnrnlnp, bleed, in*. ems tod, aoly ?kin ?nd s?-alp huinon, with loea of hair, when all else falla. tW?ld wiwld- Torre* P?uo **pCn?i?. "sy CVwfe.'BEhiitt'* IUW.-IX* SKIN Ml tni'.r ~V,r-. ,'^B!11fl,71"by I ~ The intelligencer NAVAL tUUrUN. This coupo.i ono * TEN CENTS ^ ! prevented at the business office of tho Intelligencer will entitle thn holder to nny one of tlio intelllgoncefwGrMl Art Port* 1 folios ofT r j UNCLE SAM'S NAVY, containing lb beautiful pictures oi tlio United States war tetsols. jM All back numbers can sHU be had at 10 cents each, and if by mail add 2 cent* each for pestage* ? ?? i _J*WSLBT-J0H1J BECKER & CO. | Styles in Gems and. Jewelry change aa well aa otber aijlea. If you want up-to-date Jewelry you can alwaya be aure of aettlnsr the vety latent and most correct thin* here. Whatever you buy, you can feel eure that you're fight. Or If you have anytning uwint?u? to bo altered; repaired or reoet, bring It to un. We'll do the "work well and charge you but a moderate price. John Becker & Co., JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. (HI Jacob Streak MhwI'nc, IT. V?. BEAl. ESTATE. Real Estate for Sale. A BARGAIN IN KO. 93 MAIN 8T.-9 room? with all modem Improvement*, Including laundry wllh large water (liter; splendid cellars: river view: side entrance. NO. 90 FOURTEENTH ST.-2-atory DnCK, 7. rooms, moueni. NO. 118 FOURTEENTH ST.-* rooms and 2 flnlshi'd attics: modern Improvomtnts; all In Rood onlor. NOS. ? AND 68 TWELFTH ST.-Stores "MSB 0 hTH^IU>NT ST.?Fine brick dwcUln^rlvrHot^ pWELljNQ IN ELM GROVE, with an aero of ground. THE THOMPSON ESTATE In parcel* to ault purchasers?building sites In lota: In acreage: and Improved properties between Leathcrwood and Fulton. Call and sec plat. Lot* and Improved property on the island?very choap. BUILDING LOTS IN THE COUNTRY. RINEHART & MUM, THE CITY BA1K BUILDING. Telephone 219. Room No. 6. FOBIR/ZEjIsTT. No. 110 Virginia street $ 9 00 No. 129 Fiurteenth street 20 00 No. HflS Warren street 9 00 No. 337 Main street, store room or double room with gas range and both gases furnished 4-roomed house Second street, Martin's Ferry, OhJo 9 CO No. 175 Seventeenth street, 3 rooms.... 7 00 No. 2?3^3 Woods street, 3 rooms 7 00 No. 2506 Jacob street 11 00 No. 3 Crescent Place 7 00 No. KM Alley B, 2 rooms 6 00 No. 2602 Main street, 3 rooms 6 00 No. CO North Front street 13 00 No. 30 Sixteenth street, bottling cellar 12 00 No. 32 Sixteenth street 10 00 No. M Sixteenth street, first floor.... 17 00 Store room on Market street Blacksmith shop near corner of Twenty-fourth and Market 8ta 10 00 L1- "<? " C Aft okiur' 1010 rtiitv a " 2509 Alley !g No. 1G16 .Main street, "tore room 12 00 FOR SALE. Two cottages on &loundsville Camp Ground. One Emerson Piano, cheap. JAMES A. HENRY. Real Estate Agent, Collector, Notary Public and Pension Attorney, No. 1&12 Main street. WE OFFER FOR SALE Building lot on Fourteenth street; no better location in the city; 35 by 120 feet. Lot In South'Wheeling, on street railway. W by 100 feet. than cost. One-half lot In South Wheeling, on street railway, 25 by 100.feet. S7W. Cheap house, frame, 4 rooms; lot 40 by 1G0 feet; |G00 only ; Ea*t McColloch street. A Country Residence In most desirable nnrt nf P'.i>niiHnt Vnllev. on Kim Grove mo tor and electrical line; one-third cash; balance on time. . ? Larjrn building site In Pleasant \ alley, fronting on National Iload, 106 by 250 feet, only <1.700 cash. J* C. A. SCHAEFER & CO., ^ Fourteenth and Market 8treets. "FOB S A-XjIEL Eight roomed brick dwelling nt 33 South Front street; one of the handiest locations on the Island. This house has been thoroughly remodeled from cellar to attle und li now in 11 rHt class condition throughout. ; Lot 163 feet deep, giving large, roomy back I yard. If you wont a home It will pay you : to look through this property. Cun inako satisfactory term* for payment, and sell you me wnoio property mr i*-o? mau juu , coo build such a complete house for. Gk O. SMITH. REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE, Exchange Bank Building. SUMMER RESORTS. Alleglheoy House. Open June 15. Rates *7.00 to 112.00 < Special Rates to Parties. MlSS DUNCAN, Mt Lake Park, Garrett County, Md. jea-tth&i* ? Atlantic Clly? IV. J. . < ...HOTEL IMPERIAL AND COTTAGES... ' ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. I Maryland avenue, .? yards from Roach. Full ocean view. Wide three-story porches. A llrat-elaW family hbuse with moderate rates. Every comfort and convenience for i 300 guest*. I<arge rcoms. Homo with four to H?cht windows. Healthiest locality. Attractive surroundInps. Artesian water. Appointment* and table of the highest standard. U to 13 per day: $10 to J1S per week. Special rates to part leu. jylR Q. W. KKNDP.ICK. HOTEL METROPOLE, "" JV"* The new proprietors are determined to maintain the hl?h standard In this department attained by the former management, hh well us the ecneral sorvlco of the house, linn mnilft hl> M pt flltlWHIM J Term" moderate?Per day, J-00, flfiO; per . week. |10, $12 5?. Jlo W. according to location of rooms, number of parties, length Of ntny. etc. Respectfully soliciting your patrnnago II. C. IVORY. F. D. 8M1T H xzotsixi stuakte. Formerly the Monterey. Ocean end Virginia ?ve. Finest location. Cans city 200. Entirely new throughout. Excellent >n vv nry appointment. Superior table. Ore mi view. Writ" lor bookht. Special rotes far :th or July FAIRUAIRN & WILLIAMS. Atlantic City, N. J. Boiv'* Hotol. Directly on the Beach at Illinois Ave., Atlantic. City, N'. J Undoubtedly the Uncut Ituntlon. Kvery modem appointment, Including elevator, hot and eold sea watt-r hath* In the house. Perfect service. American and European plans. JeS3 RICH A RD BBW. nrTmHTUiTi T*TVT TVT "?ccru? rnfl Now York Ave., Atlantic City, * N*. J. Open all tho year. ls.w per day. (10 to J12.50 weekly. jois n. kn'ai'kr. : DENTISTRY. E. E. 'WORTHEN~ ' DENTIST. Pcabody Building Room Nd. 301. 1120 Market Mrect... . Wheeling, \Y. Va , ??TAKK Kt.XVlTOft. ly-l NEW ADVERTISEMENT*. TTIOK 8AL.K-KJNK HOU*8B.BCMT~*TV Jj QUJIUS CRAB. JaMBRSON, 1&cw finejitreeL ( CVR RHNT-HOUSB AND FURY? JD TURK; Alio neighborhood; Uur!drr* bath; large yard. C L. M., cart. imriV gcnccr office. iv?i j CENT-|oito Special for a few dayt. B.F. SEMENS CO, PREPARATORY SCHOOL. rflaa Ada H. Simpson will re-open h?r Colleso Preparatory School for girl. g> Luke's farliib Houk, September 11 Uu. Orace Hon., B. A.. aaabtant Bojrn re. celved in primary department S"or fury.* Information, addrwa MISS SIMPSON, }yU No. 87 South Penn Street . "I UIITIIAI uowatd mnrn, Presldait sayings sm? bank, w-?rt- 1521 AltX. MlfCttEU* (o^? W'r. IrMMirer. Monday . . Lreniaga. Ddeveloping and printing FOR? amate.nr photographers. * Mail Orders Solicited. w. q brown, 1222 market st if...; ' il- rt i-1 1 J Mm ue uuuiuu Auuiemy, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE SISTERS OF THE VISITATION. First-class tuition In all branches. Ex. eel lent accommodations; homo comforts; good table; large and healthy rooms; extensivo grounds; pure air. For ?erm? and other Information, address Directress of Moat de Chantal Academj, _ Weeding, W. Va. rna lirrTIIIP I KUNN1NU MLLIINUJ A ton-day running xoeotimr will bo driven at the Went Virginia Stato Fair Ground*, commencing July 25. 1898. Three hundred of tho bewt hornes* from the east will bo here. Nothing but Rood, clean racing, u the nami-8 of tho promoter will ihow. W. DOUGLASS, President K. LISTER. Treat*uror. K. 13. WAUGH. Judge. JOHN "WAUGH. Secretary. of Philadelphia. Admissioa 50c, Including Grand Stand, ladies Free. We have a few Extra large Refrigerators you can buy cheap. If you are in need of something large and good we con suit you. GEO. W. JOHNSON'S SONS, 1210 Main Street. /UBSPR1MM for BILIOUSNESS, TORPID LIVER, CONSTIPATION, INDIGESTION. These little pills act promptly on tha liver anil bowel*. Tlicy aro frea from calomel. Sold liy B. H. LIST, Druggist, IOIO Main St For Sale.-? NO. 29 NORTH BROADWAY, 8-R00M BRICK HOUSE, SITUATED ON HIGH GROUND. CORNER LOT, Sox 13) FEET, HAS BATH ROOM, BOTH GASES. WILL SELL AT A SPECIAL, BARGAIN. GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD. MONEY TO LOAN. THEO. W. FINK, REAL ESTATE AGENT, 1520 Market Streat. DAILY PASSENGER PACKET STEAMER ELOISE. passenger packct between Wheeling and Sistersville. Leaving Wheeling Dally at 8 a. m. client Sunday. Leaving Slsterjnrllle Dally at 1:30 p. m. jxcept Saturday and Sunday . Leaving .Wheeling every Saturday at > i. m.. going through to Marietta. Leaving Marietta every Sunday at^? ?. m. for Wheeling. jcl? J. S. Rhodes & Co. Can Save You Money on Their Midsummer Sale. I FEW OF THE HONEY SAVERS. 2,300 yards of best 12H-cent Silkalincs. in Hcmnanu, at 6 cents a yard. 3SO yard* b.t 10-cmt Outing Fanael. In Remnant*. at TVs cents a yard. .1.000 yard? best 5-cent Brown Muslin, n Remnant#, at 3V4 oent?? a yard. L"? Xcw Parana!*, price $2.23 to J- ^ -'hoice of lot HAS. Fine Marsoir.es Quilts marked WAT DOWN tu $1.25. C-.20 and $2.98. Children's K.itt Blac k Seamless 1' 'e? ;he 12H*cent klr.d, at 1* cents j?or pair. Block Sntln tine! Gros Grain Sn?h ion at 20 and 25 Wfttr per yard. Douwo acod do at 2U cvT.is pwr yard. One Jni of Folding Fans. 15c, 20c and !5c grude, at S cents each. Will continue our Fpcclnl Pnle of 11" llci * Murltn T'r.dcnvfnr KveryboJ)' hat cuiucs to mc them BUYS. I. S. Rhodes & Co.