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/ % rr the price of evei \y | i or Cheviot Suit Suits that were considered fl> 7 RA cheap at JIM# bow.. 9 l?uu Suits that were considered ? Q AA cheap at J1U0 now.. <J> &.VU Suits that were considered ^>1 <1 OR cheap at $15.00 now.. $11-^ .n nrni 1/ITlAlir All All I SIMILAK KLUUUIUilO U? ALL I Negligee Shirts at 50c. th If you value your dollar: this sale. .n..M. Gutm MAIN AND TWE1 FURNITURE- ALE ^? ? Furniture B i The styles are here, here, the reasonable been looking for everything that ms buying easy. Thei ment that will caus bring you back agaii our special line of sotc and velour Co and prices will inter Alexand< furniture, Carpets, Etc. STATIONARY, BOOKS, HTTP. We Want to Be Known ini every household where f'fho IntciUgencer is read as the very . . BEST PUCE TO BUY BOOKS. of nny and every kind. Our 25 /ears' ^.erlence has enabled us to pu' cr more volumes In almost every Intelligent home within 50 rnlles of Wheeling. Call on us or write to us. Ask your neighbor about us STANTON'S book* S*TORE. > ASK BALL GOODS, x Hummocks, Croquet, War Maps and . Coveltles. Pittsburgh Dispatch, Commer:lal Gazette. Post, Times. Cincinnati Enquirer, Commercial Tribune. New York and other leading dallies. Magazines. Stationery. Gospel Ilymna. C. H. QUIMBY, 1414 Market Street FINANCIAL. O. LAMB. Pre*. JOS. SEYBOLD. Cashier. J. A. JEFFERSON, Au't Caahler. BANK OF WHEELING. CAPITAL. 200,000, PAID IN. .WHEEL1NQ, W. VA. DIRECTORS. Allen Brock, Joseph F. Pa ull. James Cummins. Henry Blcbcrson, A. Reymann, Joseph Seybold. Gibson Lamb. Interest paid on speelal deposits. Itutues drafts on England. Ireland and Scotland. JOSEPH SEYBOLD. __rnyll Cashier. pXCHANOE BANK. CAPITAL..... 9300,000. J. N. VANCE President JOHN FREW Vice President L E. SANDS Cashier ,WM. B. IRVINE Ass't. Cashier DIRECTORS. J. N. Vance, George E. Stlfel, J. M. Brown. William Elllngham, John Frew, John L Dickey* John Waterhouse, W. K. Stone, W. H. Frank. Drafts lsiiued en England. Ireland, Scotland and all points In Europe. JJANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY. CA )'IT 5,000. WILLIAM A. ISETT.... PrM*J?nt MORTIMER POLLOCK....Vlc? Profile]<m! Draft* on England, Ireland, France and Germany. DIRECTORS. William A. iBctt. Mortimer Pollock. J. A. Miller, Robert Hlmpnon. E. XI. Atkinson. John K. UoUCord. Julius Pollock. ;-i,i: JaiS J. A. Ml LMSR. Cawhtar. INBURANOB. REHL ESTHTB TITLE INSURANCE. If you purchaaa or raaka a loan on raal oiute iiara tha tltla Insured by tba N UJVinnlinrf WiMn An d Tnntif On IIUGGUUg lulu auu 11U31 UV? NO. 1S13 NAKKfCr 8TIIRKT. II. M. 1il78Sr.Lt. President I* V. BTIi'BL Srcretary C. J. HA WLINO Vlc? I'rMldrat WM. M. TRACT Am'L Becreurjr C. JL a. GILCHRIST.. Examiner of THIm dilT J nun rent. roii balk, leab lb 3 and all kindh I.K'iAl. ulantoi heady phinted, at THE xntsluokncnh JOH l'hlNTJNO OFVICML If And 17 FeurtMoU HUM. -M. flPTMAW ? OO. I irth f y Cassimere, Worsted in the 0 J, ' These are not odds and ends, but new, stylish, desirable goods, that were the cheapest in the city at their original I prices. SOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS. at were $1.00 and 75c. s you cannot afford to miss an & Co. LFTH STREETS. SXANDER FREW. n\T<r\nt IVEade Easy. the high quality is e prices you have are here. There's ikes your furniture -e is every inducec you'to buy and n. Come in and see fine leather, pantiuches. The goods. est you. sr Frew, 1208 Main Street. LOCAL BREVITIES. Matters of Minor .Uoinoiit lu tuil A bo at tho Cllr. Council meets to-night in special session to act on the harbor lines resolutions. Yesterday morning, at Echo Point, Oliie Smith, a conductor o* the Wheeling & Elm Grove road, had his hand caught between two cars which he was coupling, and as a result loses the little finger of the right hand. On Sunday forty-one persons sat downto dinner at the camp of the "Uncivilized" Fishing Club, of this city, at Krefo's landing, down the river. The visitors were from WheeMng, and they pronounced their entertainment by the club to be both handsome and elaborate, and anything but uncivilised. An Indian medicine vendor, attired in a red -blanket, and beads, and eagle talons galore, attracted considerable attention on the etreets last n1g()L He rave his name as Tallie Masmego, a member of the Cherokee tribe, and several Interested spectators heard him tell I of the laws and ci/stoma of the Indian territory. To-morrow afternoon Squire Dun| nlng will hear the case of Charles Rhlnehart, arrested at Steubenvllle by 1 Constable Gray, on the charge of defrauding Frank J. Healy out of $25, on a forged check, as exclusively chronicled In the IntelMgeircer last week. The I hearing was postponed from Monday at Rhlnehort's request, ABOUT PEOPLE. Htratigcr* In the City sad Wheeling People Abionil. I T. C. Pipes, of Cameron, was In the city yesterday. George H. Harrison, of Slatersvllle, la a guest of the Howell. D. 8. Rentsch, of Shepherdstown, was an arrival in the city last night. Mrs. George Baker, of the North End, to visiting relatives In Pittsburgh. H. *H. Orcutt and F. G. Orcutt, 'of , Washington, Pa., are at theMcLure. Miss Marie Kline, of Pittsburgh. Is visiting her parents on the South Side. P. B. Cochran, a Unlontown Pa., lawyer, yesterday registered at the Windsor. Miss Clara Rose, of North Wheeling, returned yesterday from a visit to friends at Columbus. Henry Hundtand family, of the South Side, have gone to Kansas City on a month's visit to relatives. Georgp ChrlsleR) and family hnve returnnd from Macklnac'li?l.ind and other point* on the Great Lakes. Police Lieutenant O. M. Supler Is enJoying a well-earned vae/itlon among friends In Ohio county, east of the city. Miss Ulzr.h Conroy nnd Miss CeU.i Tonner, of Stoufbenvllle, are the gu^sn of Mrs. David Rltchey, of Kim street, Island. Mr. and Mi*. Ric.irdo Rlecl left last owning for Muskoka, Canada, for two week* of fishing and recreation. They expect to resume Instruction In music late in August. Dr. John If. Pipe* returned Sunday from Ashcvllle, N. C., not very much Improve after hi* search for better health nt that resort. He leaves for Mountain Lake Park to-day. R. Broadwater* and wife, J. W. Boyer*. John McKay, Mr*. John fHealy, Ml** Eva McKay and M1*? Flora McCoach, a party ??f Slstersvllle people returning fropi Lake Chautauqua, were nt the Htamrn last night John EphUn, wife and daughter, of IClkhart. Ind., who have been vlnltlng Mr. and Mm. J. M. K'phlln, of Ntirtb Main street, left yesterday morning to vlalt relatives in Philadelphia, Williarnapori and other Pennsylvania towns. THE CITY ACTS By Voting for Resolutions Again any Coucculons BEYOND THE NEW HARBOR LINI THE COUNTY ' COMMISSIONER ON THE OTHER HAND, DELA ACTION UNTIL COUNCIL IU ENDORSED THE STAND TAKE BY ITS COMMITTEE-SOME C THE OMMISSIONERS PAVC THE PEWIKBY'S APPI.TO ATrfY COUNCIL. TO MEET TO-NIGHT. In accordance with resolutions pas# by council and th6 board of county cot mlssioners, a special committee of coui cil and the entire board of commlsalo era met jointly yesterday afternoon 8 o'clock at the Pan Handle freight st. tlon, for the purpose of arriving at complete understanding of the <rltuatli before recommending favorable or a verse action in the application of t] Pewlkey railroad for a change of tl harbor lines at the freight station. Tl present station buildings of the rallroi extend twenty-eight feet beyond tl harbor lines recently established, ai the railroad desires the change of lin made at that point in order that it nu be justified in Ailing 'beneath the sti tlon with slag. The committees met soon after tJ linilK Avail f n'Alnnb , the special committee of council presei were Councllmen Fair, Balrd. Bachma Berry, Megrall. Stroebel. Hoe and B vlson, Mayor Butts, President Chew the second branch of council, City Ei glnecr White and City Solicitor Nesbil All but one of the ten members of tl board of county commissioners we present, with County Engineer Mattel Engineers White and Hazlett ha placed stakes, showing the location < the harbor lines, sixteen feet beyor the station building:, and (wenty-elgl feet Inside of the outer track. The committees spent ai>out half t hour looking over the premises, and ah Inspected the site below the statlo where it has been suggested the railrof could fill In and erect another static In the event that the harbor lines aJ not changed so as to allow It to malnta its present station. At 4 o'clock the committee? return* to the public building. The board county commissioners resumed Its rej ular session, and the council commltti assembled In the committee roor Joint action was not considered prope in that the commissioner* could not Jo in a recommendation to council; sue recommendation ought, it was said, come only from countl'a own comml tee. Ajrslntt Encroaehmrnt. The council committee got down business with little delay. Mayor But presided, and City Clerk Watkins wi at the desk. Secretary George Hook, the state fair association, was preser and was invited to express his sent mente. Mr. Hook said harbor lines had be< i established along the river to prevei encroalhments upon the channel. Th work was done recently by the n) tlonai government to the accotnpan ment of large expense. Now the P wlkey railroad wants to extend beyoi that line. The only question before t] committee Is to decide whether it w petition the secretary of war or tl commission of engineers in favor of . against the application of the rallroa He was opposi-d to granting the railroi what It asks for; harbor lines were e tabllshed to prevent just such encmacl ments as the one that is now threa ened. The next generation* he sal would undoubtedly enjoy the blessii of slack water navigation on the uppOhio, and it is necessary that the publ landing be kept for the public's uu Fifty years from now there will be j many steamboats doing business out this port as there were in 1852, when^tl river business wa* In Hs prime. th committee should as soon think at fi voring this application as It would. I In favor of an application of eometxx for a strip off one of the streets of tl city. The Ohio river Is a commerrl highway that should fee protected. M Hook In continuing spoke of the mar fills that have been made above and b low the city, and which have so coi traded the river during high water thi the Island and other parts of the ci! have suffered from the swift currei and the higher water brought about t this contraction of the banks. In coi elusion, he said there is avallab ground below the present station whe: the railroad can erect a new freight sti tion, and he had no doubt that eventi ally the company would occupy th property even If their present appllca tion is not denied. Encroachments i the harbor lines at this time will b como a precedent that would brir about many more encroachments In tl future. City Engineer White next address* the committee. He saw int* cumuiun meraf>?rs knew his position on this ma ter, It having been detailed in his n cent communication to council. He lx lieved, from the inspection that had Jui been made, that it wag practicable (< the railroad company to use the loci Hon just south of the present statin for a new freight depot. He believed serious mistake would be made if tl railroad's application were granted. Mr. Chert* moved that a resolution t drafted and cent to council with a fi vorabl* recommendation, that It Is n< Judged to be for the best interests of tl city that the application of the Pewikt for the change of harbor lines be m granted. The motion prevailed unan mourty, and the city engineer and clt solicitor were Instructed to prepare tl resolution. While this was being doi the committee took a recess for llftet minutes. When the committee reassemble* Messrs. Nesbltrt ami White reported t hi they had come to the conclusion that I order to be effective the resolutlox ' ' ' | ho ??r?! I! nnuuiu uc iiiti. ground, and for that reason- they had d' elded to auk the oomntfttec for a skeli ton net of resolutions which they Wou elaborate later. Captain- Davlnon suggested that would be weM to enlarge the sub-eon mlttee by adding two members of eoui dl. who, acting with the solicitor ar engineer, could report back to the con inlttee at a subsequent meeting. 1 concluding^ moved1 that two addition members be named to serve on the tsul committee. Before the motion was put. Messr Berry and' other rneberx of the eomini tee suggested point# that ought to I brought out prominently In the revolt tions, as follows: That there Is danger to property c account of the Increased- currei caused by the contracted banks of tl rtver. Increased height of the river durlr floods and- high water, causing destru< tlon of property. Danger to stcamboatlng Interests 1: K? liu-raomvl ciirrnnl ;ir?! fhr.iiluh OOl Ible changes In the channel. The rntabil^hrnent of n precedent l> gratitlnvr th?? application of the Pewlko; Cut llnft down of future wharf fnci! (Ion. WliU-h, on the ot'h?T hand, rhou;?I I inrnMir-.d In antlHpatflon of alarkvvnte That in t-aklnn thl? action tiro city ha no dvalre lo Injure the rullroud; on tl other handi the city tmm always encouraged railroad enterprise*. rbat respect for the opinion of the engir.cfra demand* the rejection of tbe pet Iron. 8t 7'hat. the proposed encroachment U unnccetsary; there 1* ground south o! the present station available. M this point* Caiptain Davison withdrew his motion. Mr. Cftew then moved :c that council be called In joint session foi ? this (Tuesday) evening to act on th? resolutions, and' that the sub-commtttec report these resolution? to the acnsolt* 3, tee at a meeting to bFheid this evening v at 7 o'clock. The motion prevailed ami 1 the committee adjourned. lS MewrTw. Nesbttt and White piepai^ed the resolutions last night, but they are IN not to be made public until the committee meeting this evendng. ID IW.M. The board1 of county conmrfsslonerf met after having inspected the depot , buUdlngs and surround-inss. A very ahort session sufficed to dispose of th j ed harbor lints matter. On motion of Mr. n- Tyson, seconded by Mr. Fritz, action by i- the board wa* deferred until after the . city council has put itself on record. The " trotion parsed 6 io a, and It is said the at minority \ote represents the member* a- ?f the board who are in favor of recommending that the appMcatlorc of the rai road be granted. It Is probable a special meeting of the; board of commissioner! d- will b? held thio week to act on this matu ter, as the government engineers are deoltous of c'ot.L? up their report and forwarding Jt to the secretary of war. PAN HANDLE'CHAUTAUQUA 10 1(J Open* Thursday *ud (he Indication* t'olut (o a Record Breaking Alt?nil*ne? Many Wheeling People Will Attend. iy Last summer's Pan Handle Ohautauqua at Bellview, in Brooke county, back of ?Vellsburg, was a great success, and L' the indications are that this summer's affair wlj#' eclipse it in attendance, at " least. The assembly opens next Taut-sal day and continues to August 2L The of speakers engaged and the programme i- announced would indicate a treat each and every day. The programme is as J! foliows: , tt THUR8PAY, AUGUST 4. >(i 7:30 p. ri.?Lecture, Managing the Bad Boy?Prof. D. C. Murphy, Ph. D., State Normal School, Slippery Rock, ?d Pa. bt FRIDAY, AUGUST 5. 9:00 a. m.?Bible Reading. John I. in 10:3(K-Kp worth League work?Reports of 30 Chapters ? Question Box ? Services n Conducted by Rev. Arthur Staples, " President of Beaver College. ia 2:80?Address; The Epworthlan's Sword? >n Rev. Arthur Staples, re 7:30? Lecture, The Chinese In America? in Rev. E. R. Donehoo, D. D., Pittsburgh, Pa. 8ATURDAY, AUGUST 6. rif 9:00?Bible Reading, John II. , 10:30-Lecture, Dying Before Our Time? ?" | Dr. Donehoo.'' ?e [ 2:30?'Lecture^ Forty Blinutes with Shake n. jneare?Kev. u. n. Mcnee. ,r 7:S0?Lecture, Why Do Men Steal?-Hev. ,' J. P. Murray. Ph. D., Allegheny City. Pfli -*1 SUNDAY. AUGUST 7. 10 9:00?Devotional Service, t" 10:30?Sermon, Have Any of the Rulers Believed on IIIm??Dr. J. F. Murray. 2:30?Sermon, Paul Before Fellx-Dr. D. C. Murphy. . ? 7:30?Grand Temperance and Song Scrto vice. ta MONDAY, AUGUST 8. 9:00?Bible Reading, John III. 10:30?Lecture, Practical Child Study?Dr. of D. C. Murphy. 2:30?Communion Service?Rev. D. H. Mc' Kee. 1- 7:30?Lecture, Queer people?Dr. D. C. Knmhf ,n TUESDAY, AUGUST 9. 9:0ft?Bible Reading, John IV. 10:30?AddreHfl. Christian Citizenship?Rev. 18 J. Bell Soft, D. D.. Erie. Pa. 2:30-8ermon, The Making of a New I- World-Rev. H. 8. Jackson. D. D.. e- Presiding Elder of Steubenvllle Disid tr,ct7:30?Lecture. Knives and Forks?Dr. J. J? Boll Noir. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. ? <1:00?HI hie Ttcflding, John V. ",r 10:30?Sermon, Ttie Abiding Chrl?t-Dr. J. J- B. Nell. id 2:30?Sermon, God's Appeal to Men?Dr. (j. I J. S. Jackson. - 7:30?lecture, Into tho King Row and Crowned?Dr. J. B. NefT. V" THUR8DAY, AUGUST 1L 9:00?Blblo Reading, John VI. ? 10:30?Wordsworth and His "Ode to Immortnllty." a study?Rev. D. H. McKce. lc 2:30?Children's 8ervice?Conducted by ie. Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Reckard, Inde18 pendence, Pn. 7:30?I/ecturo, Haps and Mlshapa-Dr. J. B. NefT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11 n./MV_T?lKl? .Tfthn VII. * 10;30-Rermon. Practical Value of the Idea of God?Dr. H. 8. Jackson, ly 2:30?Lecture, What Shnll We Do With ie Our Children??Dr. D. C. Murphy. ai 7:30?Lecture, The Worth of Men?Dr. H. " * 8. Jackson. ,y SATURDAY, AUGUST 11 e. 9:0O-Blble Reading. John VIII. . 10;30?Sermon, A Greater Than Jonas?Dr. ?- D. C. Murphy. ? , 2:30?Sermon, Unapplied Ideals?Rev. G. ty W. Terbuah, D. D.. Pittsburgh, Pa. lit 7:30? Lecture, Superstition?Rev. 8, T. ,y Mitchell, Braddock. Pa. t- SUNDAY, AUGUST 14. |e 9:00-Devotlonal Service. 10:30? Sermon, Religious Certainties?Dr. , O. W. Terhush. * " 2:30?Sermon. The First Gentile Convert? l- Rev. 8. T. Mitchell. Ie 7:00-Chnutnuqua Vesper Service?Rev. D. l. II. McKee. in MONDAY. AUGUST 15, p. 9:00?Blblo Reading. John IX. ,c 10:30?Sermon?Rev. S. T. Mitchell. 10 2:30-Sermon, Christian with Roots?Rev. T. N. Eaton. D. D.. McKeesport, Pa. 7:30? lecture. Our Heritage (Patriotic)? ?a Rev. T. N. Boyle, LL. D.t Fltu?e burgh. Pa. t- TUESDAY, AUGUST IS. 9:00?Bible Reading, John X. in.*n?Uannon?llr. T. N. Bovle. a? 2:tt-8ertnon. \V?*te Not, want Not-Dr. T \ ! " uton. >r 7:30-I>cturc, Timely Illnta-Dr. T. N. i- JJoyle. ?n WHDNE8DAY. AUGUST 17. ft 9:00?Rlhlo Reading, John XI. ?e 10:?? IlluMrntnl Talk to Children; Creature* Little, but Wine?Rev. IUchard w, II. Gilbert. Huntingdon. Pa. , 2 iSO-Sermon-1 Jr. T. N. Boyle. J- 7:30?Lecture. Stepping Upward?Rev. R. ?- U. OUbert. i THURSDAY. AUGUST 18. 2 9:00?Rlble Reading. John XII. 10:80-1 lluatrated Tnlk to Ch Idwn. Lewon? from Tree??R**v. R. II. Gilbert, y 2:30?QoldsmltlJ and "The Traveler -Rev. tv 7:J0-^Lecture, Tin* Origin of Man ("Study .n In Anthropology)?Rev. R. H. Gilbert. FRIDAY, AUGUST IP. S. 9;00_nible Reading. John XIII. .. ... .. miif.! u flknlm MnnuCtCfl I? ' hy Mrs. Samuel Ila?lett. Washington, ISO^Koralirn MlMlon?-E*erct?M conri! ductoabr Mr?. M. H. Ur?>i>c>n, Wft.li 7 *)Au'1?l'iir'."V?tl)<,r Taylor. Iho 8allor td preacher?Dr. T. N. Katon. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20. It fl:00?Blbla Reading. John XIV. iO:30-I.eeturn. Tlio Man Hrownlnp-Dr. T. id 7:30-^I^ ctur??. Man HuHdlnit? Rev. J. If. liickford. D. D.. Pittsburgh, Pa. n SUNDAY, AVOUfiT 21. nl o :3ft?Devotional Meeting. >- 10:3ft? Sermon, Tltr Sui?!vme Quezon of ?very Life?Dr. Ulekford. 2:30?Sermon, Kooin at tho Bottom?Dr. T N Katon. t- 7;30-<jraml Cloflng Snereil SnnR Sfrvlco>o Conducted by Mr. J. It. W right. i- 1? m ? % "llow to Cwr# All *kln Hl"?w?." ,n Simply apply "SWAYNE'S OINT ,l MENT. KO internal Bnownn 10 ed. Curee totter, ecxema. Itch, all eruptlone on th?> face. tianda. nose, etc., leay. ? Ing the flkln cleur, white and healthy. * 1 in great honllng and curative pourerf are DoweMed by no other remedy. Aik >y your drugght for 8 WAYNE'S OINTi MKNT. Avoid aubllltutcs. ttnu&w ,y REMEMBER the Turner*' picnic at ? Fair Ground?. Thursday. August 4. K? r. WOMEN lovo a dear. Healthy enm* ploxlon. Pure blood make* It. llur u: dock Blood Ulttcru n?uk* pure blood. 1 - ? : , 8HIBT8?D. OP1 A Shift Tail Only the happy w ; their real goodness j loom's best produc them. The prices I story. YOUR WIFE Can't find a flaw i stitches and the butt i tell you that our $l made. You know not ngnt you aon t "Night Shirts" WEIGHING SEV Jaconet and Lonsd Actual "SLEEP PJ l D. Gundli Star Clothiers ai 34 and 36 Tv BARTENDERS ORGANIZE. At a.meeting of bartenders of the city, held for the purpose of effecting on or sanitation, It was decided to join the T bartenders' league as I>?cal No. 155. The following temporary officers were cho- J sen: President. Albert Capps; vice president, Robert Rumble; recording secretary, James Hill; financial secretary, M. O'Mailey; instructor, Owen Sullivan; treasurer, Frank M. Greer; conductor, P. A. Vogler; inside fcuard, Harry Capps; outside guard, Larry Warner. Another meeting will be held this evening at Trades Assembly halL CONCERT and dancing at Turners' picnic at Fair Grounds, Thursday, Aug- i ust 4. _ DIED. 8CHAEFER?On Sunday. July 81, 1R9B. at 1:15 p. m.. EDWARD W. SCHAEPER, In his 42d year. Funeral from his late residence, No. 23Q7 Chapllno street, on Tuesday at 3 ?A vnunsntfllllv In. vlt<f<l to attend. Interment at Green- J wood cemetery. ' KELLEY-On Sunday, July 31. 1MW, at 5:45 o'clock p. m., WILLIAM KELLEY. Funeral services at family residence, No". 29 Pike street. Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family respectfully Invited to attend. Interment at Greenwood cemetery. Our Nation In War To the Readers of the Intelligen The developments of the War, its s?rl< It? participants, ana ine great iwrwaru i shores, have intensified public Interest in equaled. It has also aroused- a spirit o for the nation's health. With its usual er the demand for patriotic literature that ji this end we offer our readers on Mondi the Patriotic Art Series, The Battles of Our Coontry Ob Sea and Shore.- |f By our Artists at the Front, Show Conflicts and- Memorable Struggle and Navy; also Photograph? of P, Collection, Representing the Most the Nation's Liife. Our Nation's W The Spirit of 76 Manifested The Series Will Picture*? |i 1 American War Ships. ? Spanish War Ships. ^ g Spanish Navy (group). I f American Navy (group). || . Spanish Torpedo Fleet* (group). 1 American F1>ing Squadron (group)* Sampson's Fleet (group). Dewey*? Fleet (group): Bombardment of San Juan. Bombardment of Santiago. Explosion of the Merrlmac. Gun Boaits in Action. In the Turrets Under Fire. Troop Transports Leaving San Fran- i CISCO. The Monitors Monterey and Monadnock en Route to Manila. The Various MOrro Castles of Cuba. ' Scenes in Havana. j Scenes'in San Juan. Scenes in Santiago. Scenes In Manila. Porto Rican Scenes. THE SERIES WILL PICTUI highly finished and' artistically e of the work of world-famed pair, lng a complete panorama of Ai our llrst blow for liberty, n * the .embattled- farmer round the world," and comtng d in this extraordinary presentath .J the War of the Revolution, the V the Barbary Pirates, the War wi v 1 the minor contests at arms of o nineteen wars, under a Ho* that Among the Famous War Pic in the Series are the Folio "First Blow for Liberty"?Bat lie of i Lexington, 1775. Engraved by 11. \ S RUohle. , v "The Battle of Gettysburg." From t'he original picture paimed for the F state of Pennsylvania by P. F. Rothermel, 1872. a "The Battlle at Hunker's HH1." Painted by Co!. Trumbull. t! Major General Zachnry Taylor?Mexican War. Engraved by John Snrtaln. tl "Mexican War News." Engraved 2! from the original picture of the American Art t!nl??n In 1851. U "Death of (ler.eral Montgomery"?At- h tack of Quebec, 1775. Painted by John Trumbull. I s< ItRMS OF DISTRIBUTION 0! OUR NATION IN XTA It will be comp fce justified by the developments of our \\t twenty large pnfr*>* of Illustration and Icii hnndsomcly designed- cover; following par and cover. TIiok?? Portfolios are offmsd ex a nominal price of Tm Cents j>cr copy, ami If by mail add 2 ctnts for postage. UNCLE SAM'S NA^ intefllgenrer nadirs dcslrir.R ba? Sam's Navy can still nerure them fur cach portfolio, and if by mull n 1 fDLIXOACO. earer of our shirts can appreciate of quality, fit and durability. The tions are used in the making of , are right?9 tri?l will- tell a long i n the making. Shell look' at the on-holcs, examine the material and joo Shirts are the best that can be about the fit yourself, and' if it be pay. EN OUNCES, made of Nainsook, ale, 75c to $1.00. Elegant value* , iODUCERS." ' i ===== fa ncr & Co.. id Furnishers, " v /elfth Street. . ' > UNDERTAKING. f OUIS BERTSCHY, L funeral Director and Arterial Embalmer. HIT B?ln Strut, Witt aid*. Celli by Telephone Annrerad Du or Nlcht Btoro Telephone Hi Keeldcnce, 60S. AjlUUnf* Tele. ' , phone. 89S. euH - y ALEXANDER FREW, I Funeral Director ana tmDaimer, 1208 MAIN ST, Under Competent Management. -J Telephones?Store. tS: Residence, 710. 3RUEMMER & HILDEBRAND, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS? Comer Market aid 22d Slraata Telephone m. Open Dar aod Nltht historically accurate. PICTURING BY PHOTOGRAPH ' AND DRAWING. artistically beautiful . 1 tcer: g )u? conflicts, the deeds of heroism of nove&nent of our troops to foreign the subject to on extent hitherto unf patriotism In America ttoat Is good vtcrprlse, the Intelligencer wlW supply resent conditions have created. To ty, August L Numbers One to Five of SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR PICURES AND THE + + SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR. Ing Daring Deeds, Decorate ij *. Afloat andi Afield, with Army ilntings from the Government's ' . j TfocHn nnil Hlfrfnrtc Events In rar Pictures?'76 to '88. Again in the Spirit of'98. he Series Will Picture? Scenes Thraugovfc Cuba. Icene* in- the Ph"inoinea )ur Soldiers In Csixoy. J. S. Regular* -?n the March. Volunteers Tt<**ob a<t Chlckamaugtu Volunteer Troops a>t Tampa, .frnd at raj Mobile. !amp Scenes and1 Incidents Pictured by the Camera. Jki'tche* from the Front Pictured by Our Special Artists. 'hotographs of Artillery Practice. Pictures of Spanish-American Battles on LamV and Sea. !n4istin? Scenes at Various Encampments. holographs of Cowbdy Regiments, and Rough Rldern from the West. Hctures of the ftvvading Army Landing j in Cuba, which will be photographed by our Art Service in the Field. IE xecuted photographic reproductions tcrs of national war pictures, furnish- J nerlcan patriotism, beginning with t Lexington, April 19, 1775, where s stood and' fired' the shot heard own to the present day; embracing m of pictorial history, scenes from t'ar of 1812, the War with Tripoli and Ith Mexico and the Civil War; also ur nMlon, with Indians, etc., la aft, J has never known defeat. lares That Will Appear King ::::::::: Combat between Frigate "United fates" und the "Macedonia"?War of >12. from a famous painting. "Artlilt?ry In Actlon"?ClvH War. 'rom a famous painting. "Poll-Mel! CharKe"?Civil War. From famous painting. "The Last of the Red Sklns'^A Hat 0 scene, from n famous painiing. The Action between the "Serapls" and ie ' H.-n Homme Richard," Hppu-nvber ";i I. 1770. I'll limit by James Hamilton. "Flight"?A Battle Scene, with artll>iy In retreat. From a famous paint- s sg. Burning of the Federal Battleship j I'onsrtss." Painted by J. O. David* . j in. r OUR NATION IN WAR: lete In Sixteen Parts or leas, ns may ir with Spain. Pan One contains t-r pre**, on plated paper, under a ts each contain nlxleen large pages cliwlvely to IntallIgencer readers, at 1 a coupon cut from tire lnteligencer. ddress, TUB 1NTELL1GKNCBR. ? /Y. -k numbers r>r eompUie rets of Uncle m iln Intelligencer ofllce, nt 10 cents dd 2 et-niH each for rioKugo.