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A HAPPY THOUGHT That will Possibly Prove to be the Solution of tthe . UGLY MUDDLE IN CITY COUNCIL " ? Wlfffl' 1?ABAe!Rr MiilAliVfi 1U lOU ! ' 1IVI ' CHANGE OP HARBOR LINES OJi THEJ APPLICATION OP THE , PEWIKET RAIILROAD-WH'S NOT HAVE THE RAILROAD DOT STRUCTURAL IRON WORK UNDER ITS DEPOT IN PLACE OI . THE PRESENT ROTTING PIL INGt ' A Wend of the Intelligencer last nigh made a suggestion which If wlthou doubt qualllled to enter the "brlgh Idea" claas. It Is In relation to thi councilmanlc muddle which fata beet the outgrowth of discussion and varl ?i"? nr nnint.^n reeaxdlnj? the arollca tloaof the Pewlkey railroad for an ex tension of harbor lines tut the Coot a (Fourteenth street. This difference of opinion has resulted In two opposing parties, one advocating the granting of the application and th< other violently opposed to any exten don of the harbor lines recently pre xnulgated by the federal government a*u which are Intended to prevent just sue! Infringements. The Intelligencer's friend, who de dines to permit the use <?f his name which is prominent in oomercJal circles suggests that the railroad rebuild iti freight station on structural Iron foundations, in place of the filling in with slaj with which the company proposes to re place the present wooden piling now li a rotten and unstable condition. This seems to be a happy thought. Si tar as the Intelligencer knows, objecton to the concession asked by the rallroa< do not object to the present piling upoi which the freight station stands. Beinj consistent, they cannot, of course, objeo to a foundation made of structural Iron through which the waters can And theii way with as much ease as through th< wooden piling. Several councilmen who oppose thi concession beyond the harbor lines ajk ed by the Pewikey company, had thei: attention called to this idea last night and they were heartily In line with It and said If the railroad company woul< agree to rebuild the station upon struc tural iron foundation they would sup port the company in Its contention tha It should be allowed to occupy thi ground It has occupied for many years. lonir before the harbor lines were estab llstied. The Pewikey company's local stock holders?and they are many, the boari of county commissioners and numerou business men holding stuck?were lndig nant last night over the publication ii the evening paper denominating them a: the "railroad hog-lt-all." They poln out the fact that the Pewikey has no been an habitual mendicant at the pub V lie favor bureau; that the railroad I largely a local concern, and that It Is no asking for the occupancy of mor ground than It has occupied for aom time. One gentleman, Identified wltl the railroad, went so far as to doubt th disinterestedness of the motives of th evening paper in attacking the Pewikej and cited a reason for holding that opln ion. ABOUT PEOPLE. BCrattgcre 111 the Clfjr anil Wheeling Peo pie AUioait. Harry King, of Amos, Is a guest of th (Howell. Clement Hess and wife have returne from Mt. Clemens, Mich. J. H. C. Pancake, of Romney, yester day registered at the McLure. Postmoetcr George Wise Is with hi family at Mountain! Lake Park to-day Miss Ora Lee Davis, of Washingtor Pa., is the charming guest of Miss Jen nie MoGoivn. C. R. Dulln, of Parkersburg, and T. W Martin, of Fairmont, are registered a the Windsor. Miss Alice Mackin, of Pittsburgh, 1 , the guest of the Misses Salisbury, o Eleventh street. _ George K. Gay. of Buckhannon, on H. C. Kraft, of SlsteraviUe, last nigh r??irt*fcred n.t the Stamm. E. E. Kelly, of Klarl's pharmacy, h< returned from a tour of the lakes, as say? it is the trip of 'cm all. Miss Annie Blockinger, of Plttsburgl who has been visiting her sister, Mri Albert Fisher, returned home yeeterda] Mr. Sylvanus Hall, of Fairmont, wa In the city yesterday. He left thl morning over the Baltimore & Ohloroa for Atlantic City. Mr?. C. D. Trueman and sister, M1.? Flora McConnell, of the Island*, are vii Wnfc their rtster, Mrs. Shovrailter, < Dunlcirk, New York. Herman Bentz, William Knoke, Wll llam Helnletn and Charley Fersiwoi Eighth ward nlmrods, left for their Jng camp near Moundsville, yesterda afternoon. John Manley. Austin Rltr, Pat McGlr ley and Sam Coulder left Inst night f< Philadelphia, where they will try to Jol a school ship or tne navy. -i-n?w ooj untir recently worked at the Windsor. Colombln Bcttlra, COLON, Colombia, Aug. 10 (via Ga veaton).?Advices received from Carta gena to-day say thai tihe Italian) consr there!, vrho has returned from D goto, reports that the Colombia congre has authorized President Caro to wjM the Cerrutt claim. The necessary su jdemenfcary vote van accordingly add? to the budget, which wan passed wil the beirt grace. The maWer is thereto praoclooiHy settled, otjJy t he manner ar details of payment remaining to bt> fl: fed. It is understood that the good o lice* of the Brttdsb, French and G<>rm? ministers at Bogota nelped to effect tl sett* oment. ^ A Uonblfnl Htory, BRU66BLS, Auff. 10.?Atr exceodlntf doubtful1 story in pubMafoedi by the Bo of this city In a dispatch from Bare tone* wlrich way* fhat at & recent mw In* of the Car 11st leaders it was d<ecid< to IrmnedSaUtfy take action, and th orders were lemiod for the Cariists assemble. ?* ' '? ?.* ? th. in is luruivr wii'? i" ie|iwi?<w niDon Carlo* personally enter* ftyaln c Monday or Tuewlay next, and thart. the meanlrfme 180,000 riflos and quant tie* of ammunition have reached U Cart lata HpanUh PrlioncM Going Homi*. SANTIAGO DR CUBA, Aug. 10.?T Bjm.nl*h hospital ahlp Alicante sailed U spam to-aay witn i,ow mck trp&mffn *t diers on board, Thf S-jianlnli *t?im Into. (* Lur.on arrlvod h"rf ttrta mor In* ??d wlH txik? 2.136 Rpanlnh r-r/ldiei 8b? haw bed cay&cfrty for 230 ?irk. Cnrtoii will ho Vlerrny. LONDON, Aur. 10.?The foreign ofTl lh<a eventnic formally announced th#? a poJntJnwt of Oeorg?? N. Cur* on; um now the parliamentary wcrfttary of tl foreign ofllc<-. n? viceroy of India, micceiurton to the ?ui* of Elgin* k FLOOD THREATENED fa Um Eaiuwha Vsll<j-M?irlf Fair laeliM of Balutell. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. CHARLESTON, W. Va., Aug. 10.Charleston and the whole Kanawha valley la threatened with a flood, 116 Inches of rain has fallen In the past twenty' four hours. Trains are delayed, telephone wires are down, bridges are ) washed away, and land slides are numerous. Trains over the Chesapeake & ' Ohio railroad are reported twenty hours ; late. All creeks are swollen Into small ? rivers, and rivers are out of their banks carrying aesinminn ueiurc mmi. Atmuk ; forty feet of water is expected here la . the Kanawha river. This .wfll do con' slderable damage. f Word from Racine says Coal river Is higher than before In years. The CH C.& S. railroad is badly tied up with washouts and land-slides. Oov*rnor*a Appointment*, t Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. t CHARLESTON, W. Vjl, Aug. 10.? t The governor this afternoon gave out } the fololwing appointments: Delegates ( to attend the national Irrigation congress on September 1, at Cheyenne, Wyoming, J. Turner Keon, Mannlngton; John Lodges, Bridgeport; A. E. Glass. cock, MorgantownjHon. Cyrus H. Scott, . Beverly; W. W. Brannon, Weston. To the annua] congress of the national prison association of the United States, 1 at Indianapolis, October 16: S, A. Hawk. , Moundsvllle; J. R. Mehen, Parkeraburg; Julius DcGruyter, Charleston; Captain Bruce Blue, Grafton; CoL H. Andrew. - Union; H. A. Robinson, Frankfort; Hugh Ike Snow, Bluefleld, and N. J. 1 Xeadle, Williamson. 1 TMrHmVAHU'8 HEW CAPITOL iBtimllDK O?r?monlei Incident to Lay* Ins or in* toruiraioni, ; HAiRRISBURG, Aug. lO.-The laying i of the corner-stone of the new capital took pftace at noon to-day In the pres' enoe of a large gathering. The grand [ lodge of Masons of Pennsylvania were In charge, ant! some of the roost dietln) guished men of tihe state were present to 9 honor the occasion. A heavy rain fell | during the ceremonies, and yet K did not f dampen the ardor of those who took t ^>art. The ccrrner-stone is that used In , the historic capita* destroyed by fire in r February, 1897. The guests of Che Oap5 itot Building Commission Included state ? officials, Judges of the supreme and su. perl or courts and members of the legislature. At the olose of the Masonic ceremonies, Governor Daniel1 Hart man ' Hastings introduced Coforfet MteChire, . who deflvered the oration. 1 Coftrnel McCHure's epecoh concluded " the cermonles. v The receptacle in Che corner-stone was t filled with articles found in the old cors ner-etona after the destruction of the - building. To these were auded a list of - the names of the present capitol commtasion andi those of the original com mission, the names of state official!* and 1 deputies, members of the supreme court i and superior count and' those of Archi. tect Henry Ives Cobb, and Contractor . . A Ken B. Rourke, together with a copy ; B of the oration delivered by Alexander K. , McClure and the address of Governor t Hastings. At tihe close of the ceremonies a colln" Hon was served* in? the supremo court ? chamber. Cok A. K. McOlure, of Phila1 dcOphda, was entertained at luncheon e this afternoon by Governor Hastings at e the executive mansion. h The act authorising the erection of the : e new caipitol directs that it shall be come pleted in time for use by the next leg* ielature. The work is weli undrr w . - and t'he contractor, AHen B. Rourke, of PhHaaeTphla, says he will- complete the structure within the specified time. ... - y CONDITION OF CHOP8. 1 ? ??? I Lower Condition of Corn While Wheat la y g Some PolitU Higher. WA9HINGTON, Aug. lO.-The August < i report of the statistician of the depart- j ment of aigricuflture shows the foWowing , _ overage condltdone on August 1: Corn 87.0; spring rye 93.7; barley 79.3; ; s 1 SHOSS?M'F I, tr ...An linn REGUL In Chocolate 1 Ca'fskin, with t Onl Mel ? I SHOES, SHIRTS, IfA >f |. Irish potatoes 83.9; spring wheat 96.5; 1 i, oats 84.2; buckwheat 87.f. i- The condition- of corn, 87.0, is 3.5 lower y than last month. The condition of spring wheat, 96.5, Is l.S point* higher than hist month. " The average condition of spring rye Is *1 98.7, whdeb is 3.2 points lower than lost " month. * The average condition of barley Is 79.3. as compared! with 85.7 on July 1, with 87.5 on August 1, 1897, wfrth 82.9 on August 1,181X5, and- 86.0. the August average I- for the last ten years. %m Preliminary return# indicate a reduc, tlon of 5.5 per cent ln> the- acreage of 1,1 buckwheat ns compared with lost year, o- The condition of buckwheat Is. 87.2 bs against 94.9 on Antguet 1, 1S97. The average condition; of Irtnh potatoes 1h 83.9, against 95.5 last month, 77.9 P" on August 1, 1897. 5d There has beenr a general mm!" someLh what serlou* decline of pastures. m The reports as to the apple crop are ltj Increasingly unfavorable. Some of tho c. tauMrog a?pp!e growirtg stat*-? report a f. practical falXrre, while others report n from one-tbirdf to two-tWrdu of a crop. The condition of timothy hay, 99.3, la afimoat unprecedentedly high. MODNDBVILLE. Iy AniiMllaitiona M?Uu(e of Minor Ma (?r from AUnhall'iltlrapolli. Hadsal Mannmg, wno nan nr?;n ma <tw employe of Ream & Alexander's Drup ?J Company, loft yesterday morning for at Cameron to take charge of the drug . store of Hill & Howard. George OlfTln, of Flushing, Ohio, ha? taken Mr. Manning's place with Beam & Alexander. A large crowd Is expected to go on the >n excursion to Steubenvllle to-day. All arrangement* are completed and n very pleasant time Is promised to all who go. Sealed proposals for carrying the mall between the postofllce and the depots each way will be received by the posthc master until August 10. Miss Madge Mathews and guest. Miss Viola Jemson, were entertained by friends on Wheeling Island last night. er Miss Jessie Ferrell. of New Freeport, n" T>n in ihn curst of Miss May H.iy?s, of Seventh street. Mr. and Mm. Samuel Wilson, of CharlfHtoti, aro the nuests of friends In the citr. p. Tho excursion loaves the wharf hore at 12:45 p. in. to-day. h0 Friend Cox and family nro homo from In Mt. Lake Park. Rev. B. M. Spurr Is at Deer Park. M~ PLY nny V/11V JL SKIN Pimples, Blotches, Blackheads, Red, Rough Hands, Shapeless Kails, Dry,' Thin, and Falling Hair and Simple BabyBlemishespreyentedby ntiGnia ISOAP* the most effective skin purifying and beautifying soap in the world, as well as purest and sweetest for I toilet, bath and nursery. feter Golf Cycling ??* Z Athletic*, a bath with CUT1CURA SOAP pre* Tents chafing. redness tod roughness of the akin, soothes inflammation and irritation, and when followed by a gentle anointing with CU TICURA, pnreat of emollient akin cures, proves most beneficial In reliorlng tired, lamed, strained or Inflamed muscles. COTICURA SOAP Is tbe only preventlra of pimplM. blackbesds. red, rough and oily skin, red, roofb bands with shapeless nails, d;y, thin , and falling balr, and almple baby blemishes, because tbe only prerentlwi of Inflammation and cloning of tbe pores, tbe cans* of most . minor affections of the akin, scalp and balr. Sold throughout tbe world. Price, COTICURA SOAP. 28c. CUTICURA (ointment). 80c. , POTTER DRCO AND Oil KM. CORP., 8ola' Prop*., Boston. British Depot, 1 King Edward I at., linadoa. "How to Prevent Pimply, Oily' gkla^fn*. MAR" )K'8 FERRY. Ilapi and ailalmp* la tlie Thriving City Across Hip River. James MStdieft, who for seven years vaa paymaster at the Aetna-^t-aruiard, las resigned; to accept a simdlar povirion at t?be Lautrhiin. His resignation vil'i take effect/ August 20, Harry Stewart, the efflcienifc pharmnjlst at E. K. Hoge'8 drtiK store, has reilgrned to accept a ponttloi* with J. C. tent, at Bridgeport. He wiH enter upon din new duties September 1. The funernfl of Robert Georpo occurred yesterday afternoon from the home of 'ADDBN'S. sual Bargain... \R $3.00 SHOES fan, of Fine Vici Kid or [and Welt Soles, in all sizes, y $1.98, K IN OUR WINDOW. Fadden's, TS. 1320 and 1322 Market St. Ms brother on Fayotte street ntwl Interment was at Rlvervlew cemetery. Miss Jem?!e Warrick, who has been the rum* of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Xoble, roturixtl to her homo at Washington, Pa., yesterday. Tht# Woman'* Home Missionary Sock ty of tt?e M. R. church will meet this evenilnff a-t the ho-me of Mm Krieger, on Fifth Htreet. The Miienuerehor stojrlwr sooloty wi1! give another of their popular picnics at Rhnls' Grove, west of Bridgeport, Sunday. Mra Paul. Morrison entertained a mimlxr of txr frlentfc* ln?*t evening at hr-r W.nrp nn Sovi-ivthr S<jn.-eL Mm RelK<*ca Bia/ger, of FJtlsburch, is the gu?^?t of the family of David Lady, on Jefferson street. Mrs. Cleod Anthony returned' Inst evening from a week's visit with friends at Kltifatrnin?. Pa. Mrs. K. K. Hok?' entertained' hor lady frlewla u\f1 evening with a six o'clock dinner party. The Mother MfcKituley cirete will meet at tho G. A. It. hull at 7:30 this evenIn*. Mrs. J. J. Rurlnn leave* this mornIng for Pittsburg lo visit relatives. K. C. Royd returmd last evening from Saratoga, New York. Joseph Jacobs loaves the first of tho week for New oYrk. W. P. Stewnrtaon, of Pittsburg:, Is in the cHy on business. Fred- Selby came homo hist evening from Chautauqua. J. F, Westriek, of Chicago, Is hero on business. Wnfrr for ftlontntik Camp. N BW YORK, August 10.?At a meeting of the executive committee of the Red Cross relief committee to-day tho problem of supplying the Montauk camp with water was solved. William T. Wardwell, on behalf of the Standard Oil Company, the Union trinlc line and the Long Island railroad, offered the use of four six thousand gallon tiink enrs to supply the camp with spring water. Tin1 offer wn* accepted and the tanks will Immediately be put In condition so that water can be taken to the camp to-morrow. A. O. H. nnd Ladles' Auxiliary will picnic at Mozart 1'ark, on Thursday, August 1L fr) t flDMIRXL GEOJR THE IN Win T!IH? Follow the photographer our Army an Great to IT Conception __ Great in Scope f?J Great in I _ , , nation's ir.r.nmn lsnmfint aviiw UVVVJUIfUWUIMVU* * i i would b ! I ment of ! ! those sc x A 1 ' interest A Superb n-aas * ; idly por Pictorial ; our sold Record of a i ? rt l ? I ' to be pr Glorious p as. ttt applicat WQT> set of w 11 ill mi i ^eeeeeei Contents of Portfolio No. f. Fntr The Flrnt Blow for Ubrny?Struck at A Pa Lexington, April 19, 1775. Groq Burning of the "Congre*s." Gro" Group Picture: Principal Warthlps of tho Tho American Navy. The A Battery In Action. I nap. Govornor Hastings' Virtt to Mount Oretna. Group Picture: Cervern's Fleet Leaving q^i Curacno. Amb Group Picture: The Strugglo at the 8tono The Fonce (double paw). Th? A Pell-Mell Cavalry Charge. Engagement Beween "Serapis** and "Bon 11 onwne lllcluird." Flight. Tho Queen Begnnt nnd King of Spain. \? J>ouble-Turrot Monitor "Monterey" on tho , Way to Manila. Uou The Death of Montgomery. r ? Troop Transports Leaving San Francisco for Manila. Sceno In the Turret of a Battleship Pur- , Ing an Engagement n \\ A Company of American Cowboy Cavalry. ^ Contents of Portfolio No. 2. Brea Group Ploture: The Principal Vessels of iti.tr tho Spanish Navy. | n The Battle of Bunker Hill. The The Sixth United States Infantry In Camp *| at Tainpn. Guar The Lust of the Redskins. vi CONTEI Departure of the Third Relief for Mani She Siege Guns Before Santiago. ; Capture of the "Macedonia" by the States." Bravery of Colored Troops. The "Colon." Street in Old Madrid. field Practice with Artillery. Landing of Troops at Ctcnfuegos. Pickett's Charge Upon Cemetery Ridge Mexican War News at the Village Post. TSHMI OUR NATION IN WAR::::::::: Justl <? kv ui iiiumniiinn anil lOttrr-prMW, on contain 8IXTMBN 1?AI?;k PAOK8 am! Cove lilts, ul u nominal prlco of Ton Cent* per cop: A ' ' I^ GSE DEWEY. % y Ea TELLIGEI^ n riCTi :vents of the War, picturin and artist the deeds of val id Navy * j* J- j* . Ular Pictures from tf | HIS Magnificent Series of War Picti " ?nmv t?jcfc anr! when mmi 9 tensely interesting and continuous p a of the Spanish-American Warofgre es of pictures interesting alike to old an Pictures will provide an instructive ai conduct of a war with a foreign power, ar, so complete and accurate as will be t e to-day worth its weight in gold; but the art of photography and letter-pres are enabled to reproduce with the unerri enes being daily enacted that are so re to those at home who have friends am be enemy's fire and guarding the nati( 1 appear from week to week in " Our ( tray scenes of actual bombardments, la ig through Cuba, cdmp scenes in Chi Dints where our troops are concentrai liers and sailors and our battle- ships i 1 with this same energy, as will be the , in the effort to secure such pictogTa sm and valor that national pride and eserved for all time to come. Our art equipped to carry out the great undc offer the benefit of this service to our r ion to this office, or through carriers rar pictures for the benefit of the home woo to Harbor of SnntlnRO do Cuba. Tho' rto Rico Poultry Vender. d, rto Rico Belle. A Ch p Picture: Tho Flyin* Squadron. A P Picture: Perry's Victory on Lake Bom Inio (double page). j? District of Santa Anna, Manila. V Battle of Manila. Tho action of ArmB and Accoutrements. pi irlnir In Troojw nt Mount flretna. lr of Santiago de Cuba Harbor. The : n& Ready for Guard Duty. tl u!anc? nnd Rncampmcnt, Tampa. ol ijiinru ueiou. itenu Mess Tent. ai Contents of Portfolio No. 3. Regli lo of Manila?Whore Admiral Dewey The I 'on His Honors. Artll tenant Hobson's Exploit?1The Sinking P f the Merrlmac In Santiago Channel. Comi ng Heady to March?Packing Up In Troo; le Hunk and File. Flrln Ciullz Fleet?Our Spanish Enemy Now \Vllc< > th?? Mediterranean. Doot id Too. Gettysburg?One of the Cll- I.ock taxes in that Awful Battle. Haiti king Camp?An Inventory of His Lay qulpment on the March. 1c le of Camden -The Battle In which Tho eneral DeKulb lost his life. The Boston Maiwacro?That Awful Strug- Fort) le net ween Colonists and Regulars. The ding Powdor Mills?Duties of the See- Morr id Pennsylvania Boys. The MTS OF PORTFOLIO No. 5. Id. Uncic Sam in tuba " Slack Arms. United *5 The Quay, San Juan yt The Sea Wall of Sai General litrhugh It *3 The tuban-Ainerici y racks. * Santa Cruz (Tene <5 Conary Islands. > v, Battery "B," of Pit iffice. * A field Batterv on I 3 OP DZSTRZDUTXO appear wookly, and will l?p complete in 81 Iflcd by the developments of our war with platcU paper, under a handoomoly drHlRncd r. Thm Portfolios are offtml excluitlvel; y. If by mall add 2 cents for poHtago. iddrcss, THE INTELLIGENC "DONT GET KTWttN KMn ttMV."?Oo*ey to Pridcr Hurv, ? M| Koag, tie lore , lie tattle at U? ?lqr> t break of dawn Manila Bay sheet of limpid water lay. attending twenty miles away. westy miles from shore to sbor^ s creeping on a squadron bore squadron never moved before. | nd grandly on the flagship led, ix ships?OJyrapla e'er aheadritb battle nags at each masthead. he Baltimore and Raleigh true, he Petrel, Boston, Concord, too, heir flags of glory -proudly flew. hen every second beard the roar f shell and shrapnel bursting o'er ur brave, undaunted Commodore! Hold our fire!" hO calmly said, s from the bridge he bravely led o death or glory on abeau! ? Oil vwraiy UIIHUIB piwwij ticyi re lightning from our turmi leapt, nd pent up hell no longer slept: 10 Spanish docks with dead wen strewn, heir guns on shore were sllcnced soon, heir flags were down ero flush of noon. ? awned on the fleet that Dewey led miracle, while Spaniards bled; or on our side was not one dead! he Battle of Manila Bay rem mind shall never pass away? or deeds of glory wrought that day; or 'mid that battle's awful roar he Spanish pride, to rise no more* fas humbled by our Commodore. -Extract* fro* poem writtea bt Ueatcaot rttin P. Hoe*, on board fl?fl?U* after Um tin off U?nll< fliv. ICER JSCS ig by or of Jf. J* >e Tront < I ires will be issued weekly | plete will comprise an in- ? iclorial descriptive record | at historical value. It will jj d young; and to the latter | id inspiring survey of our f, A pictorial history of the :his series of war pictures, ;j at that time the develops was in. its infancy. Tong accuracy of the camera i pletewith intense human i i loved ones at the front | m's honor. The pictures ! lation in War," will vivind and sea fights, armies ickamauga, Tampa, and ! ted. The movements of ! n the Philippines will be movements of our armies ; iphic records of its deeds public opinion demands ; ists at the front are thor- ; rtaking herein outlined, cadcrs, who should make ; or agents, to secure this ; circle. ; Wyoming Mawacr**?One of the Sad79t Incident!* in, American Historyimp Kitchen?How They Cook in the rmy Camp at ChickamauKa. Itardment of San Juan?One of tne rinclpal Engagement* of the Present 'nr. Monitor and tho Merrimnc-The Peserate Encountor at Hampton Roads I IMS. Soldler'a Dream?Beautiful Reproducon of the Prize Winner of tho Salon r isss. tnc the News?How the Newspapers ro Received in Camp. Contents of Portfolio No. 4. mental Inspection. I?*lag of Truce. . _ lory Exercise Ground, Near San Juan, orto Rico. winy Street. p "C," Camp Aljrer, Va. K the Royal Salute. nx'n Battery. n of Santlairo (double pnge.. Injr Down the Prado, Havana. le of Card on an. Itnmhlas. Principal Street in Barce nn. "Newport," Recall. rlrutiona of San Jimn. Porto Rico. Princes* Promenade, San Juan ilns MurIc. Chlcknmauita Park. Company Cook, Colored. in the Rainy Season. i Juan. ; !0 and Two of His Staff, in Officers at fheir Barriffe), the Capital of the ; tsburgh, at Mount Gretna, inhibition. ?r. xtoon Pnrt* or 1pm, ** nwv ** Spain. r?rt Ono contain* twenty covcr; tho following parta will <,**h y to INTELLIGENCER REAP* IER, Wheeling;, W. Va.