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Only One \ OF... OUR Worth $12.00, $13*5$ and '$] values ever offered to t One Hundred Youths For boys, ages 14 to 18 and broken lots. Prici $9 and $10. Your choic Negligee Shirts At less than half price, and 75c Shirts at Not many left, but they M.Gutm Corner Main and ADMIRAL GE( Psiotoarao v-r From Ptctnriag the Arm; and Nary, Bombardments, Sieges, Defeases aid Desperate Charges. All fit to Make Up the Extremely Iiteresting Coo* tents of > > ^ There is No Series of the Intelligencer Series \ CONTENTS OF P FTRTY-THIRD MICHIGAN BEFORE 3 FRONT. /JGWAGOING ACCORDING TO A PU] EH INI) THE DEFENSES AT SANTI. i.EAVY .MARCHING ORDERS. SOME HOUSES IN THE PHILIPPINES. RATTLE OF SH1LOH. Api'mnno w.n.' rrPVTU DrMMHVT' "ZEALAND(A." HATTERV "D" AT DRILL, NEWPORT WRECKS OK THE VESSELS OP CERV BATTLE OF KENESAW MOUNTAINPITCHING TENTS. BATTLE OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN. A REGIMENT ON DRESS PARADE AT A FRUIT VENDER IN HAVANA. .MII,K DELIVERY IN HAVANA. BATTLE OF FRANKLIN. TERMS OF DISTRIBUTION. developments of our war with flpain. Pu tration and letter-press. on p]ate<l paper following parts will each contain Slxtee are offered exclusively to Our Regulai per copy. If by mall add 2 cents extn . TIT FURNITURE- ALI Furniture B The styles arc here, here, the reasonabi been looking for everything that m; buying easy. The mcnt that will cam bring you back agai our special line of Isotc and vclour Cc and prices will into Aiexand Furniture, Carpets, Etc. 3UTMAM A CO. Veek More ft AstJIT OvF SALE. t5.00. The greatest clothing he people of Wheeling. buits, years. Odds and ends :s were $6.50, $7.50, RA e for one week only V"'"" All our $1.25, $1.00 won't last long at this price.. an & Co. Twelfth Streets. )RGE DEW^Y. hs I!le Frnnt?_ \/ii vvvtr The Intelligencer Portfolio Series of WAR PICTURES far Pictures That Equals of War Pictures ORTFOLIO No. 9. LEAVING CAMP ALGER FOR THE BLISHED CODE, AGO. VANIA ON BOARD THE STEAMER NEWS. ERA'S FLEETCHICK AM AUG A. OUR NATION IN WAR will appear weekly, and will bo complete In Sixteen Pnrts or le*s, as inay be justified by the t One contains twenty law pa???H of lllus, under a handsomely designed cover; the n Largo Pages and Cover. These Portfolios p Reader-, at a nominal price of Ten Cents v. Addreu: B INTELLIGENCER. WhMlng. W. Va. sxandek FREW. uying Made Easy. the high quality is c priccs you have are here. There's ikes your furniture re is every induce ;c you to buy and n. Come in and see fine leather, panti>uchcs. The goods rest you. er Frew, 1208 Main Street. THE INFORMER Crowd File Many Additional Informations and the ' END IS NOT NEAR AT HAND QUESTIONABLE WHETHER JUSTICE HABERFIELD'8 DECISION IN THE BIRCH CASE WILL. BE GOOD LEGALLY?A JUSTICE CAN WITHHOLD HIS DECISION ONLY TWENTY-FOUR HOURS-DECISION WAS WITHHELD UNTIL SEPTEMBER 12. The Informer crowd are not laying on their oars, even though public sentiment here la about as unanimous against their peculiar methods as it Is possible for it to be. A number of additional Informations have been filed with the assessor, extending from the letters "M" to MS." These informations are almost invariably to the effect that the taxes on the amounts called foe have not been paid for either 1897 or 1898, so the Informer people will claim ten per cent of the amounts loaned as their reward. The Informations are as follows: C. A. and M. J. McPadden. $2,000, SI.500. 81.500. 82,000. $3,000, $1,100, $400, 11.000. $3,000. 13.000. $650, $3,600. $2,500, total. $25,150; D. JL MeJghen, $1,000; Amelia Mager, $325; J. A. Monroe. $500; Charles Menkemlller. $#00; Mary J. Moore, $150; Patrick McGlnley, $640; Philip Muhleman. $640; A. C. McClay, $850; Fred Moder, $200; McCoy. Clark & Thornburg, $300; Mrs. EMcabe4h Moore, 11,500; Thomas J. Muffeny, $683; Minnie Mcrschroth,$760; AimaA.Murphy,$1,367; Samuel- C. Mozlngo, $350; George P. McCoyv $219 60; C. C. Mozlngo. $439; Sarah J. Moore. $250; Herman Menge, >700; Virginia Morrison. $500; C. E. Mason. $1,500; John A. Meyer. $550; A. J. McNash, $220; John J. Monahart. $400; T. B. McColloch. $600; C. A. Murphy and M. Maloney. $1680; Charles Mooire, 31,000; Henry Miller, $830. $100; Mary McGrall, $600; Charies Menkmdller, 51,384; Mary J. Moore, $150*. Henry Miller, $300; X J. McNash. $650; John A. McCoy. $74 08; Hern" Miller. $900; Leopold Miller. $1,800; Robert Newton, $500; M. F. Noll. $200; John W. Nichols. $90; Henry Neuhart, $550; H. C. Ogden, $2,300; C. J. Ochscnkuhan. $800; Charles Otto, $300; C. J. Ochsenkuhan. $1,000; R. O. Onlson. $650; Michael O'Kane. $366; C. J. Ochsenkuhan, $300; William Petrle, $100; Sarah Phillips, $1,000; Emma Plue?, $300; S. C. Patterson, $G40; Fred J. Park, $3,000; C. H. Piatt, $400; Henry Plehier. $975; M. D. Post and J. D. Howard, $260; B. F. Perkins, $1,640; J. H. Purr?lh 1500: Anton Prudhanuw. $300; N. S. Perine, 1500; Emma Pearson-, $300; John J. Plant, $350; Emma Plues. $150; B. F. Perkins. *500; B. W. Peterson, $100; C. F. Paul, $1,000; Sarah PhlHips, $200; Henry Relter. $1,000; B. D. Reld, $100; August Relter. $1,500, $600; Matilda C. Rellly, $875; Louis Rolf. $150; Martha Robrecht, $340; August Relter, $200; L. A. Rolf. $100, $1,000. $900. $1,200. $100, $123. $1,100, $100, $500, $250, $300, $200, $300; Henry Relter, $1,500; William Rohrlg, $2,000; Robert S. Rumble, $200; August Relter, $1,000, $1,000, $1,500. $300, $900, $4,000, $400. $1,200; Marie E. Rolf. $200; Henry Relter, $2,500; John F. Rltinger, $1,025; Charles Rahr. $2,150; H. G. Rolf, $100; Sarah J. Burt, $700; Henry Relter, $300; O. T. Rhodes, $5C0; -Henry Relter, $200; Fred Rothlesburser, $1,100; Louis Rolf, $300; Nancy Rutherford, $200; Mary Ruchty, $700; Fred Rlnehart, $51)0; Laurence Ray. $1,000; Carl Ransher, $1,000; L C. Rice, $192; Henry Relter, $500; Mary D. Reppeto, $800; Dr. S. M. Richards. $2,000; -Mettle E. Rid*way, $2,000; Reymann. Brewing company, $385; Henry Relter, $1,000; B. S. Reynolds, $500; Louis Rethardt. $150; R. Ryan and R. M. Addleman, $200; James Steadman, $600; ,Lee C. Smith, $340. * In connection with the hearing of the Informer case of Bird vs. Alice Birch, which was held before Squire Haberfleld on Tuesday, some of the lawyers are specula-ting as to what cfTect the reserv" " ? ' 1_ a 1 ?I__ nnMI Cnolom. lngor ino squires ucvioiuii hum. bor 12 will have. The law la to the effect that no Justice of the peace shall reserve his decision on any case for more than twenty-four hours. It Is intimated that Captain Dovener, counsel for Mrs. Birch, knew this perfectly well, and may have allowed the justice to reserve his decision beyond the limit for the reason that It would then be Impossible for a decision to be rendered against his client ABOUT PEOPLE tilratigcra lit th* Cltf ami Wheel 11*5 People A In nail. Among the returning Atlantic City excursionist* yesterday was Christian Schnepf. accompanied by Mrs. Schnepf and daughter. While In Washington City on Wednesday, Mr. Schnepf, who is the government weather observer here, had a conference with the chief of the weather bureau. Prof. Willis Moore, relative to the service at this point. In the future It Is arranged that Wheeling shall receive the Ohio forecast; In tlic past the West Virginia forecast has been had. and as Wheeling Is a part of the Pan-Handle, stuck in between umo and Pennsylvania. It is reasonable to suppose that West Virginia state forecasts would not be accurate for Wheeling. Mr. Schnepf also reminded the weather bureau of the generous offer made by Mr. Anton Hermann to donate ground on Reymann hill, east of the city, for the site of a weather observation station here. The bureau officials appreciate Mr. Reymann's generosity, said Mr. fk-hnepf. and would like to give Wheeling her own weather factory, but the finances of the bureau forbid such a costly extension of the service at this time. The hope was extended that Wheeling would be favored In the not distant future, even though there are several weather stations In this "section. Including Columbus, Pittsburgh and Parkersburg. L. V. C3. Morris, of Parkersburg, Is at the Windsor. 8. S. Patter, of Slstersvllle, wns the guest of the Howell yetfterday. John E. McOulre, of Slstersvllle, was the guest of the McLure yesterday. Misses Dell Wlncher and Amelia Melnhardt have returned from Atlantic City. Miss Anna Shaw returned yesterday, from a two weeks* visit to Mucklnac Island. 8. C. Brock, of Blacksvllle, and James E. Cooper, of Cameron, were registered nt the Stamm yesterday. Mrs. Conner, of Mound?vllle, wife of Lieutenant C. W. Conner, of the First West Virginia regiment, leaves for Knoxvllle, Tenn., next Monday, to vlnlt her husband. Mr. nnd Mrs. CharU-s T. Reed and daughters, Mlxse* Inex,NelIie and Olive, of Fourteenth street, have returned from n delightful sojourn nt Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Cleveland. Official Hontc to C'lnrlniiMI lor G. A.lt. "Hhe Department Commander of West Virginia haw nrlected the Ohio River Railroad as the oHMal route to Cincinnati and return; nnd u-lll leave Wheeling, Monday, 8<*i>tember f?. using train No. 1. which leases Wheeling at7:40 a. m.. Knatern time. Through coaches to rommoda-tlon ??r uU who desire to uim? tlu? oflletfU route. Ticket* wlK bo on Kale September 3, 4. 5 imd ?. nt the rato of I&.10 (or the round trip, gooU to return until September U lnchurtve, with th privilege of ex ten* on until October i by depositing ticket with Joint Agen at 119 Bast Fifth street, Cincinnati, an payment of twenty-flve centa. THE J. 1). EWINGIFUNERAL. Tho last sad IUim war* h?W l??Urda Morulas* aurt lb* IaUria?nt Follow* at Rim Hill CamtUrr, la Moaudrr*lh The last sad rites over the remains o the lpte J. Dallas Ewing were held yes terday morning. There were short ser vices at the family home. Leatherwoo<! conducted by the Rev. N. 8. Thomai 13* D n ffhniwh nffO which the body was brought to the cl* and placed on a special train on th Baltimore & Ohio road, to be sricen t Moundsvllle for interment at ?*se HU cemetery. At 10 o'clock the Ohio Couni* Bar as soclatlon met In the criminal cour room and passed resolutions that hm been prepared by a committee com posed of Colonel Robert White, Judg George E. Boyd and Mr. Henry M. Rua sell. These resolutions are printed be low. The members of the Bar associa tlon then proceeded to the railroad sta tlon, headed by President George E Caldwell, and went on the special traJ' to Moundsvllle. The services at the grave were shor and impressive. At the request of th faintly there was an absence of flora offerings. The Marshall County Bar associatloi also attended In a body. fUioltiUans hy III* Bar. "Death, with its unerring snacc, na again entered the bar of the county o Ohio andi marked for his own anothe member of our beloved profession In th person of J. Dallas Swing, esq. Anothe 'golden bowl is broken,' another 'whec at the cistern.' "Mr. Dwing was not an old man 1: the usuat acceptation of the term, bu for forty years he passed in and' out o the courts of this commonwealth trusted adviser, an able advocate, a re liable lawyer and a useful and respect ed citizen. "Born some sixty-five years ago li the country at his father's farm honw ambition marked out for him a hlg! and- honorable course of life. Wit! more than ordinary force of mind an character, he in youth laid- that founda datlon upon which he builded wett as; man and a lawyer, and In later year he has been known and read of all mei as a good lawyer, honest man, usofu citizen, devoted husband and pareo and Christian gentleman. "The members of the bar knew hin well, and those who were brough within the ;ircle of his persona* influ ence during the years that have gon by felt drawn to him by the ties of sin cere friendship. WeM grounded in th> principles of his profession, with an in " " * tw^u'orfnl nnnlvttl* lerieci uijmuic ui with quick perceptions and good judg ment. he roue to a rank in Ms profes sion high indeed. "He haa gone to the grave. We, wh mingled- with him bo often in< life's bat ties and life's duties, feel the pang o parting. We trust, though, that he ha entered into the portals of heaven' courts, there to go out no more forevei "Deeply feeling with his bereavei family, we tender to them our warmes sympathies. "ROBERT WHITE), "HENRY M. RUSSELL, "GEORGE E. BOYD." LOCAL BREVITIES. ftfatlersof Minor Moment In and Abou tb# Cltjr. "American Boy" celebration to-day. Police committee meets to-night a 7:30 o'clock. Firemen's tournament at Bellalr continues to-day. A party of South side young- maie gave a very enjoyable hay ride las evening. They drove out to Maultown. Squire Greer yesterday. In the case c Allen Newman va. The Eastern Te Company, rendered judgment In favo of the plaintiff for 156 62. The new Wheeling & Elm Grove ele< trie car, "Admiral Schley," was give its trial trip on the city division yester day afternoon, and Is worthy of Its difl tingulahed namesake. The Whitaker mlil has granted th< request of its employes thai the ho weather lay-off continue through nex week, with the exception that blacl Plato mills Nls. 7 and 8 go on next Mon day. Yesterday morning the new assistan Janitors of the custom house assume* their duties. They are Joseph H. Preeso William Ault and Scott N. Taylor, wh? succeed Patrick Wier, Benoni Feay am John Mlnkemeyer. The Belmont county rair conciuae* yesterday at St. Clolrsvllle, and drew < very large crowd from all parte of th county. Many went out from Wheel ing. Including City Collector James K Hall and family and W. D. Robertson. A large number of physicians fron neighboring towns attended the meet ing of the Round Table of Kclectl Physicians, held yesterday afternoon a the olHce of Dr. L. S. Rlggs, on Nortl Market street Technical subjects wen discussed. Miss Ruth Hall, of this city, and Mis Ella B. Hill, of East Liverpool, were th guests of Mrs. Lillian Hoge, at he home in Martin's Ferry. Wednesdaj and were the guests of honor at a re ceptlon given by Mr. and Mrs. Hog? Wednesday night. Mrs. Susan Oogal. widow of the lat Jacob Gogal. of Wheeling, died at Steu benvllle, at the home of her daughtei .Mrs. Frank Wiidmnn. last night, c cancer of the stomach, aged sevent fears. Her maiden name was Thornp son, and she was born In Belmont coun ty, Ohio. Last evening at T? o'clock the north o the creek section of the flre departmen was culled out by an alarm from Nortl Wheeling. There had been a natura gas explosion In a kitchen on Flftl street. The blaxe was extinguished b; the Vlgllant's Babcocks before the bal ancc of the department arrivedi. Chief of Police Bennett made hi monthly report last night, as follow* Arrests In August, 128; white males, 1>S colored males, 10; white females, lS;col ored females,2; males to the workhouse 3.'?; femalesjto the county Jail, 9; num ber of lines paid, 83; fines suspended, 7 .llsmlssod, 7; amount of lines assessed $1,428 45; fines paid, $855 tf. At Farmlngton. west of Bridgeport occurred the death of Dr. I. O. Cop* one- of the most prominent citizen* o Belmont county. Death came sudden!; and unexpectedly while he was eatlni the noon-day meftJ. He was a Vetera i of the clvlf war, ana ma reRimeni ?? n pnrto f the army of Went Vlrnlnla The fuiwr.il or curs thlw nflernoon a.n< will be attended by many of lieimon county's phyriclana. BALTIMOBE ?t OHIO BA1LR0AD. KuUlitt Templar Trlrimlat I'onelnv ritlabnrs, Ha., Oenber 10'H 1N0H, For the KnlRhtK Templar Trlennln Conclave, to be held at Plttsburnh. Pa from October 10 to 11. 1S9K. the Haiti more & Ohio P.allmad will aell ticket from nil polnta cant of'the Ohio river a One Lowest Firat Claa* Fare Tor th ltoutid Trip, Kuod ?olniT on October 8 t 13. Inclusive, and koo.1 returning leavln ruubumh <o and Including Octobcr 1" 1S9S. except b?- deponltlllH ticket wit Joint Agent ut Plttiourgh not enrllo thun October 13 nor Inter than Octobe 17, nnd on payment of flfty (50) centi return limit of ticket mar be extende to leave P|tt*hurgh to and tncludin October 31, 18!?8. Solid Hoyal Itlue Ventlhuled Train run from New York. Philadelphia Wilmington. Haltlmorc. Washington nn Intermediate point*. elegantly equlppe with Pullman Slooplng Cnrn. Obnerva tlon Parlor Car* and unexcelled Dinln Car Bervlce. For ticket* nnd full information, ap ply nearest Tlckot Agent, Daltlinore i Ohio nailtoftd F e SCHOOL BUTTS: PLEASE THE BOY AS : WELL AS YOURSELF I. f = * ' By bringing I j" You will be | J much better \i 5 WE filVE YOD SPLENDID I VAIITFS FROM S2.0A IIP. ' Every Suit gi ^ tion or your i t complaints by e i IKRAUS e ' WHEELING'S FOREI a t Strictly One Price. AMUSEMENTS. tl j The Broadway Burlesquers opened a ^ half week's engagement at the Grand 1 last night, and even the intense heat " did not prevent the large audience from s enjoying the evening of fun and music a provided by Fields & Lewis' aggrega^ ? tion of stellar lights of the vaudeville stage. Lottie Ollson.the "little magnet," x sang herself into the hearts of all her t hearers, and the audience could not get _ enough. Her rendition of "The Flag B That Has Never Known Defeat," was ? exquisite. John Kernell had the audie ence In convulsive laughter, as of yore, , while Fields & Lewis proved -themselves i; "hot tamalles" indeed. Each act was - high class and refined, and the burletta, - "A Trip to Wicked Monte Carlo," was a flnale of bright coloring, witty sayo ings, and tuneful melodies. The burles qucrs will repeat their performance tof night, and the engugement will close s with performances Saturday, matinee s and evening. Ill H0D8D TRIP To Patoalcey, Traverse CUjr or Mackinac Ialan<l. via Pennsylvania lines Tuesday, September 6. For special information call on or address John Bailie or J. G. Tomlinson, ticket agents, Wheeling. 1 G. A. R. Daylight Special to Cincinnati via Pennsylvania LIdm< Monday, September 5, the Pennsylva* nia line will run a special .train from Wheeling: to Cincinnati for the benefit e of Holliday Post, Women's Relief Corps. Ladles of the G. A. R. and Sons a of Veterans and the public generally, it Train will leave at 7 a. m.. city time, arriving in Cincinnati at 3 p. m., Cen. tral time. Round trip $510, tickets ,r good returning until September 13. with a privilege of extension to. October 2, lnr elusive. Tickets will also be sold for all regu5 lar trains September 3, 4, 5 and 6. n B. 40. Vaiiitnf Kicnnlon. i- Sunday, September 4, the Baltimore & Ohio will run another low rate ox? curslon from Grafton and intermediate t points to Wheeling. For rates, etc., see t small bills. c J. T. LANE, T. P. A. DIED. t TOLBERT?On Thursday. September 1. 1 1S&S, at 12 noon. LENXA A., wife of John R. Tolbert, aged M years, 4 j months and 10 day*. j Funeral from the residence of her husband, east end of Trladelphla, on Satj urday morning at half past 9 o'clock, i Friends of the family Invited. Intere mont at Stone Church cemetery. * UNDERTAKING. ; J PUIS BERTSCHY, t Funeral Director an J e Arterial Embalmer. 1117 Slain Street, W??t8lde. 0 Calls by Tolephono Answered Day Z, or Nlcht Store Telephone <3& r Residence, 606. Assistant's Tele phone. 6SS. | auiO ALEXANDER FREW, 1 Funeral Director anfl Embalmer, % 1208 MAIN ST, y Under Competent Management I- 990- RitiMiniM BRUEMMER & HILDEBRAND, [ 11JNIRAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAIMLRS, !l Comer Market and 224 Streets | Telephone ?7. Open Day and Niarht J tny2l FALL 8UITS-D. O Walking Advertisements a re the well dressi ' clothing, j There's a fit and 5 different from ordinal 9 It passes for mad l showing everything ii 1 sire to sec. no matter At $10.00 we sh Suits, the value of whi c work hard for their di x At from $12.00 t ii whose appearance at work. , Just settle in you t for your ! I New Fall Suit r (r and we'll give you a ,i will buy elsewhere, oi K ID. Guiidli * 34 and 36 Tv PACT BBOB. ^ iim to us for his new School Suit i pleased yourself when you fee how 1 jj ralue you get here than elsewhere. ' laranteed, and this means satisfaemoney back. You will avoid all - , ? BROS., AOST CLOTHIERS, ' 1319 Market Street. Golden Gdt6??t You will walk through the gold fields to the Klondike. It is in reality a regular gold field for the people. We are still selling Cincinnati made shoes at the low price of $1.25 a pair, and brand new goods at that. Fall styles. Just received fifty cases of them. A ft^ic <4 gVAAl UiailJ |A>W^?V v? mm city are actually surprised how the Klondike Shoe Store can sell these high grade Cincinnati made shoes at such prices. We also have a special sale of < 8 misses' lace, button and silk vesting top, sizes from 11 1-2 to 2, at $1.00. They are all Cincinnati made shoes. Children's silk vesting top, sizes from 6 to 9, at 75c. They are also Cincinnati made goods. Infants' shoes of high grade, sizes from I to 5, for 50c.' They are also Cincinnati made goods. KLONDIKE SHOE STORE, 113!* Market Street Store open every evening until 9 o'clock. Jacob Good, Proprietor. UNDLINQ & CO. V sd men who wear our perfect fitting * finish about it that is absolutely ry clothing. le-to-mcasure all the time. We are i the suit line that any man can dcwhat his calling in life. o\v a line of serviceable Working ich commends itself to the men who hilars. o $20.00 Business and Dress Suits, once indicates line fabric and line r mind what you can afford to pay V better suit for your money than it your.moncy back. ng & Co., yelfth Street.