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fhMNTELLIGENCER
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Ite Intelligencer Publishinj Co.
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THE INTELLIGENCER
WHKKLIKG, SKPTK91BKR 30, 1808.
REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL TICKETS.
First District,
BLACKBURN B. DOVENER,
of Ohio County.
Second District,
ALSTON O. DAYTON,
of Barbour County.
Third District,
. WILLIAM S. EDWARDS,
of Kanawha County.
Fourth District,
R. H. FREEH,
of Ritchie County.
OHIO COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET
(Nominated June 28, 3S9S.)
For House of Delegates,
? V RRHREN8.
B. W. CONNELLY.
HARRY W. McLURE.
| - RALPH McCOY.
County Superintendent of Free Schools,
GEORGE 8. .BIGGS.
Sound Money's Triumphs.
One of the most notable features o
the present political Campaign Is the ap
parent abandonment of the free alive
Issue by the agitators on that side o
the question in the Democratic party
co the extent that the faithful onesthose
who .still believe In the heresyare
unable to hold theli own in cer
tain etate conventions where, in 1SU6
they had things pretty much their owi
way. It has already been shown hov
the evidence Bhat a regeneration on thi
line is taking place in the westeri
etates, where the luck of sixteen to on
enthusiasm Li painfully apparent to th
advocates of BryanU.ii.
.More marked still in this evidence 1;
the great sound money states of th
country where Democratic convention
liave been held, the most notable in
stanca being that of Connecticut. Th
victory of the aound money Democrat
In the state of Connecticut was so com
plete at* to attract national attentio
as a mater of importance to the whol
country. The portion of the Democrac
which refused to accept Bryanism ha
reason to congratulate Itself over th
dying out of the silver phantasy, us ex
fclbhed in the convention at Brldgepoi
last week, where the, financial plan
adopted not only declared opposition t
tree coinage, but the candidate I
a pronounced sound money Democrat
The resolution which appears in th
platform is us follows:
The Democracy of Connecticut Is noi
ns It has over been, In favor of blmciH
Ham as enunciated by Jefferson, alYori
lng, as it does, the most stable standard <
value, and we declare ourselves unalte
ably opposed to monometallism of an
kind."
Jefferson's bimetallism was oppose
to the free coinage or sliver as u is ao
vocated to-day. It was opposed to si I
ver monometallism, and that Li what t*
Connecticut Democratic convention ha
declared against The "bimetallism"
Jefferson and the Connecticut soun
money Democrats is the maintalnmpr
of the policy at present pursued by tli
government?the gold standard, wit
the limited coinage of silver and th
continued Integrity of our dollars, Th
term "bimetallism" is used by the Cor
neotlcut Democrats in order that th
silver Democrats may not be offend**
by its non-use. This is evident froi
the wording of the declaration. Th
resolution is plainly a declaration for
sound motley system. It has been s
held by the sound money Democrat
everywhere. and is receiving favorab!
comment# from the prf-ss *d voce tin
the gold standard.
Connecticut 1b not the oniy utate I
which the Democrat* have ahown th!
evidence ol the tired feellns with whlc
Bryaniein has affected them. West Vii
glnia is not one of thene otates, for a
the Democratic conventions held in th!
c<?mmonwea/th have reaflJr/n<J th" Ch
.u.? I., it., imtlrnlv Tltll i
cago in in
Pennslyvanla the convention complete
ly Ignored the >llvcr oue?tlon. Durln
the present week the Democrat* of Net
York will probably do the same thlni
Ignoring a thing In not alway? a repu
dlatlon of It, strictly speaking. but It en
cvltably hn? the name effect.
In New York, the moat influential pa
pera of the Democratic faith are warn
Ing the party that no Democrat can li
elected on a platform nlm-d at th
financial honor of the country. The
go further?they declare that the "Dem
ocratlc party of the Nation cannot li
* ?-.wl >irm-rt nnrt hrnlicht bftC)C to Itf Ol
faith until tho nound money ntntes dl.i
aasoclate thcmwlves nit off ether fror
Bryan lam." The New York Tlmea u;
tera thla declaration In an nppeal t
New York Democrat* to"let their exom
pla shlno Ilka a beacon flro over th
y/cmt and South."
The Intelligence doea not hold thn
th? silver-question ban witnessed li
Jaat day. hut that the ulRna of th
times are significant aa tending to thn
end. "W? may behold their slgnlflcanc
In th? avoldonco by the Democrats, eve;
In this state, of the discussion of thl
and other national tout*, ao3 th*lr
desperate efforts to substitute matters
which are not party issues and to resorts
to personal assaults on Republl'
cans and Republican administrations.
An Evashtt Organ.
'? The Intelligencer of Friday, In calling
attention to a point madeconcerning
Judge Johnston's gold record, by Mr.
Edwards in a joint debate In the Third
district, where the latter is the Republican
candidate and the former the Democratic
nominee, Incidentally referred
to a report that Col. Bryan desired to
be relieved (if his military duties, and
sugggested that he be sent for to.help
" the Third district Democrats out of their
3 emba?Tas8lng situation. The truth or
fnirfUv of the reDort about Col. W.
i- J. Bryan was not material to the point
r that the Intelligencer made In the artly
cle-Mvhlch was wholly devoted to the
a situation Judge Johnston was In, as a |
candidate on a free sliver platform In
,t the face of a record he made as a bank
0 director in drafting an order, in 1896,
during the silver scare, requiring all i
loans by the bank to be paid in gold or
1 Its equivalent
= This point, (which was the sole purpose
a of Che article, the Register ignored in i
a lengthy editorial comment, in which |
it made the Incidental reference to Colo- '
= nel Bryan the text of a tirade of abu.se
j of the Intelligencer, and sought to show i
= that It had misrepresented Mr. Bryan.
Granting that the report about the colo
nel wasn't true, as have been similar j
= reports about other gentlemen, but published
In good faith, It scarcely warranted
the Register's entire evasion of
the one subject of the Intelligencer's
article, namely, Judge Johnston's rec- 1
ord. It would seem to the average West 1
Virginia Democrat that Judge Johns- ?
-v.- ??? ohnttM <
IUI1, WJIU tviu muai wubii>?vu,
have been the party demanding a. de- 1
fense from the party organ. He was
not mentioned In -the Register, nor was 1
the subject of this paper's comment re- *
ferred to or hinted at. 1
In the meantime, to sum it up, Judge 1
Johnston stands without a defense from
his party organ, while an immaterial (
sentence in the Intelligencer, referring ,
to an alleged Interview with a man who ^
is a candidate for no office this year (
on the Democratic ticket, was conceived ^
by the Register to be of more importance
than the paramount point that the
Democratic candidate for Congress in
a West Virginia district Is running on
a platform inconsistent with his record.
1 Colonel Bryan did not ask for a release, }
as reported, and the Intelligencer takes
r pleasure in admitting that he was mis- i
f quoted by a press dispatch. But what
( about the showing made by Mr. Ed- J
- wards concerning Judge Johnston's gold
- record? Also the Intelligencer's show- 1
. ing that he and Mr. Edwards had par- ^
tlclpated in a joint discussion previous
t to the Register's assertion that Mr. Ed- (
r wards did not "dare" meet Judge j
s Johnston? In view of the Register's hern
culean effort to demonstrate the intelll- '
e gencer's "dishonest" partisanship, what J
c does It think of itself? j
n Mr. Brady's Nomination. 1
In choosing Mr. J. C. Brady as the
Republican nomlneee for the state sen- ,
ate, to succeed Hon. N. E. Whitaker;
e J the First district conferees selected a i
man who sianos nipn as a. wuiwii m
whom the public has confidence, but one
whose legislative experience and strict
integrity, together with his personal ;
popularity, Insures that the people will
^ be creditably and faithfully represented
e In the upper house of the legislature?
. one who, like his predecessor, may be de- 1
^ pended ui>on to work -for the best interk
ests of his constituents and for the welfare
of the state. This assertion is based ,
ls upon Mr. Brady's record In the leglsla"S
ture. He needs no Introduction to the ,
^ people of the district, for he is well
known In all three of the counties, and i
v particularly In Ohio county. His elec1
tion Is a foregone conclusion.
jj General regret has been expressed
r- that Senator Whltaker found it neces; 1
sary, owing to his obligations to his ,
d business Interests, to decline a renoml- J
I. nation, which would have been unani|.
mously tendered him, but the way was
Jf> open to choose a good man In his stead, ^
6 and the conference iosi no urae auuui
,f It. Several pood men were available,
d and among them It was not probable
it that a mistake could have been rpade,
ie had any one of them been chosen,
h It augurs well for the success of Re- j
,e publleanlem that the Republican nome
lne?:tj thlt- year In Wen Virginia are, as 1
a rule, men who command the respcct of '
e their respective communities.
Must be no Deiay. I
Tl The whole country will applaud the '
ie President for hi* omphntlc course wfth .
a reference to the evacuation of Cuba by
? the Spanish army. Blanco and the !
Spanish government are making an ef?
fort to delay matter*, and the Span- 1
K Ish commissioners have represented to ]
the representatives of this government
" at Havana that It will be Impossible to (
* complete the evacuation until the la*t
of February.. In the meantime, the Buffering
of the Cuban people would be 1
prolonged by the uncertain condition of 1
'9 affairs that must necessarily prevail .so
long as the Spaniards continue* to occun
py rhe Island, the army of the dons con- j
slstlng of 100,000 men.
^ Everything powlblc Is bring done to J
A relieve the hunger of the people, but
there can be no revival of business, nor a j
Mottling down tci conditions of perma'*
nent relief, until a stop is pu: t<? the j
Spanish dilatory tactics, and the con'*
dltlon* of peace are actually rrtabllshl"
ed. In view of these circumstances, 1
1 the President hew iniitructed our mill0
tary commission that the evacuation by I
y the Spaniards nw*l be completed by the
.llHt of December.
A great deal of Indulgence haa nl'
ready been shown by the United States,
and the President does not Intend that r
n the limit of patience ?hnll be exhausted. 1
Thla course Is prompted by feellngr. of
0 humanity, and In view of the evident In- c
tentlon of the Spanish Authorities to dc- >
0 lay matters n* much an possible.
t Speculations rejrardlntr the specific '
s Instructions to our pence commission *
e should be taken only us speculation*, (
t for no one knows ivhnt the Instructions ;
e are, or how far the commission Willi he ^
n obliged to exeroUre its own discretion. ^
a That the commissioners haw been Klven *
latitude, without a departure fr
policies which are already knowi
public, la knowu, but Ju?t how
latitude they are given concernl
Philippines, and some other qu
Involved in a final settlement
Spain, Is known only to themsel
There was some comment. ye?tci
ternoon. after the Republican se
conferees had adjourned over the f
the gentlemen from Hancock and
counties were not allowed to ki
whom they were expected to vo
Mr. Allison made his nominating i
?Register.
Nonsense. The Ohio county
tion was, by consent of all con
the other counties, entitled to
the candidate, according to cust<
hold-over senator being from th
part of the district. Mr. BradyV
met with unanimous favor fron
before the convention met. 1
nominated without a dissenting
The Register heard no comment
sort mentioned from anybody wh
these facts.
It appears that the Brownsvill
mine disaster was due to crlmlnc
lessness, or, at lea6t, the e1
points that way. It Is stated t]
(Ire boss failed to post the not!
lulred by law on discovering tin
in the mom which caused the exj
This neglect of duty caused the
eight lives and the Injury of <
miners. It Is the old story of
acts of carelessness, and yet th
for the government of mines ai
posed to provide against them.
The powers have been a long tl
coming aroused Jn the matter
pacification of the Island of Crc
the summons to the sultan will
less have the desired effect. Thi
3f England, Russia, France ant
ire likely to prove an argument
the sultan will respect. In the
ment of the Cretan question
rages growing out or the fan:
jf the Mohammedans will cease,
la hoped that the reported dech
:he powers Isn't a mere "bluff."
When our neighbor, the Sunday
quotes the Grafton Leader as j
'Republican paper" It probably
that the Leader Is doing good wt
he Republican cause by the Inter
Its Democratic partisan abuse
publican men and measures.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS
Family trees are more or less si
The new woman is simply an c
nan reconstructed.
Dead men tell no tales, but
tales are told about them.
A woman's Ideal husband Is us
fool In the eyes of other men.
A great many gold bricks are t
the construction of alr-castlcs.
Only his employer evpr appr
;he worth of a successful bill colli
Time may be money, but som
spend lots of money In trying to
jood. time.
There Is a vast difference bet*
high sense of duty and the cent
high duty.
An eastern firm manufactures
lain finger rings. They are proba
tended for Chlnaware.
When it comes to a matrimon
gagement, every girl thinks sh
self-appointed board of strategy
Love levels all rnnks?except ii
lucky, where it takes the toughei
3f whisky to level a major or a <
A wise spinster says It's bette;
laughed at because you are not v
than not to be ablo to laugh t
t*ou are.?Chicago Daily News.
WHY 1
Why Isn't a stuffed goat lro
butter?
Why do lovers marry when coi
is so sweet?
Why isn't settling one's debts
ing business?
Why shouldn't a dyspeptic hav<
ich troubles of his own?
Why does a baby's mother It
she can understand its dialect?
Why Is the average spinster fa1
to annexation as a war measure
Why does the summer girl h(
many brothers at tne cna or *ne e
Why doesn't the woman who r
& poor mjin for love want her do
to do likewise?
Why does a roan always say tl\
out of practice when he getsbeut
kind of a pame?
Why Is the average roan mor?
to people he never expects to se<
than to those whose good opink
worth cultivating? ? Chicago
N'ews.
Itrcrnt IVniloili.
Special Dlspnteh to the Intelligent
WASHINGTON. D. C., Sept. 2."..
nlons to West Virginians have
granted ns follows:
Original?William Neer, Wilejn
Martin Daghuff. Valcano, SC. .
Increase?Peter TIchene!. Albrlj
to $30; George Adunis (rt-Issue)
tine, IS to $10.
Mexican War Survivor. Inc
Richard W. Ilenfer, Bolivar. $S tc
Widows? Mary Ann Edwards, <
18; Emma V. Gillls, Clifton, $8;
J. Black, Cameron, $8; Sarah A.
rick, Ripley. $5.
Dependents?Minors of Jam*
Jewell, Charleston. $12.
Other pensions granted are:
2rumrlne, Zollersvllle, Wash
oounty, Pa., Increase, $6 to $8;
P. Morris, Simpson's store, Wasl
county, Pa., Increase. $fi to $R; I
Kinder, West nrownsvllle. Pa? r
and Increase, $8 to $12; Sarah J.
son. Deep Valley, Greene count
widow, $8.
IIOWII liy Hif MHllin..
")own by the willow* *he lk* aide*
Alone In nn untroubled iv?t to-<
Down where the stream nmk?-n iti
ttflll HWeep,
Anil the leave* to Oblivion drift
Down by the willow* Hhe'n lylnjr m
And over her lightly the 8Wt'<
blowi.
Down where the moartow, In velvetj
Slope* to the edge where the cleui
Hows.
Down by the willow *he quietly Hi
An*l nnthtnK distract* or dl*tro?
now:
Jho ban managed, somehow, to eli
fllM,
And ?ho is our patient old Jersey
The (Jrnwtli of Sim-IiiIIniii.
It Is argued by deep thinkers tl
crowth of socialism In duo to thi
UnndlnK armies of the world. In
Tien ? ??m ?
heir will, nnd thus lieconie dlnct
d with pxlwtlng conditions. The i
f a stronger rnro of people Im dUfl
nrgo mil* of HORtNter'i Hlomnc
orn, which If the best medicine f<
Iveneim, dynpepsla. fever, nK'i?* i
lervoua troubles. Try one bottle
llll'y Oprnlnq tiip?dnv A *e4nr>?dav. Sw
ilnlnrril llilri vln Ohio Uhtr ltd
Vheeling to Cincinnati. O
Vheeling to Lexington. Ky
Vheellng to Loulivllle, Ky
Vheellng to Loulivll'.c, Ky., ?ecor
clan*
om the MILLIGA?, WILKIN ? CO.
Stultz & Bauer
testlons
Piano.
day afS
UNEXCELLED
low for
Ida??." for purity of torn
deiega- delicacy of touch, durability
>r#M Of
" name and beauty.
T'other Possessing every requisfti
' pertaining to the ideality o
ie ? artistic musical instruments
vote.
of the
0 knew Standards of II Peers
* p?.. Excellence..... j ....Of Art
il careddence
hat the SOLD ONLY BY
Mifligan, Wilkin & Co,
loss of ???
several UULD DEMOCRATS
similar Th?y will not Vote for Any Free Sllvei
e laws Democrat*?Hailing Under Fulae Colors.
e sup- Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer.
MORGANTOWX. W. Va., Sept. 35.What
part the Gold Democratic organ
me be- latflon In the state Is going to take li
of the tht congressional campaign Is a mat
ite, nut ter of considerable speculation oy oou
doubt- Republicans and Silver Democrats
- Your correspondent has It from two o
I Italy the best knosvn members of the state or
which sanitation that It will take no part a?
tf, nn organization and that as far as thli
state is concerned the organization li
le out- abandoned. When-asked how its mematlclsm
bers would vote In the November elecbut
it 't,on8 these men expressed th<
, belief that the*- would vote with th<
non 01 Republicans. "We are going to let th<
silver fellows butt their heads again
and It may be they will then come t(
News, their senses," one of*them said.
x good A filunce at the records of the con
_____ gresslonal candidates shows that al
m 8 least two of them are at heart In favoi
ark for oft the gold standard. These two ar<
sity of John T. McGraw, who Is opposing Conaf
Re- Busman Dayton In this district, am1
Judge Johnson,who is opposing William
Seymour Edwards in the Third, and II
is no secret among the leaderaofthe sliver
wing that they were given the noml
inatlons on a silver plntfofm In the hop*
y* that their personalities would draw th?
ild wo- strength of the Gold Democrats.
This they will not do. Out of twentylots
of five In the Second district interviewed
by your correspondent only one exually
a pressed hl3 intention of voting for thi
Democratic nominee, and the influentia
. . ones, who are conversant with the situusea
in ntjon declare that this may be taken ai
nn indication of the feeling throughoui
eciates | the state.
ictor. m
IC men |S*i??fori?t Convention Called.
have a Special Dispatch .to the Intelligencer.
MARTINSBURO, W. Va.. Sept. 25. een
a Charles M. Lamar, chairman of the Re>
3 ?' D publican executive county committee
has issued a call for the senatorial and
hie in" de,eKate district conventions to be held
Diy in- ftt the court-house in Martlnsburg of
Saturday, October 1. The conventior
Ial on- will consist of delegates from the thre<
ie is a counties, Berkeley, Morgan and Jefferson.
a Ken- m
nt kind State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucaa
;olonel. County, ss.
r to be FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath thai
narried he is the senior partner of the Arm of F
lecause J- Cheney & Co., doing business In th?
City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid,
and that said Arm will pay th?
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS foi
each and every case of CATARRH thai
iltation cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S
CATARRH CURE.
urfatiin FRANK J. CHENEY.
P Swotti to before me and subscribed it
I my presence, this 6th day of December
~ A TV nr.RAsnw
a pay- a. u? aoo?. -* ? .
(Seal.) Notary Public.
. oirtm Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal
ly, nnd arts directly on the blood an<!
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
maffine for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY, Toledo, O.
orable 8old by Druggists, 75c.
* Hull's Family Pills are the best
idason? HELP WANTFP-FEMALB.
narrled XJLEABAN'T HOME WORK FOR MK
ughter -L or women, day or evenlnir; W to W
weekly; no canva*?lng or experience need
ed: plain Instructlonn and work mailed 01
tat he's Application. BRAZILIAN MFQ. CO.
at any Nt w York City. *e2fi*
KLY'S CREAM RAT.M Is posltlrerura
rease? Apply Into the no?tnl*. H U qnlrkljr a?*orbeJ. 8
1112. cent* ?t Praezbtn or by raal.'; maple* J fie. by mall
~"llfton, ELY llHOTIlEhS, M Warren 8u, New York Citj
J?ol*:i -? r?=nr*r^.
Hani?
W. 5 TENTH ANNUAL i
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7 niiis-m&th
..0 00 mliB INTBUilOKNCEH PRINTING
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8 00 Neat. Accurals, Prompt.
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No matter how much money or how ltttli
money you want to spend, you will find i
suitable present here.
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, JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS.
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AMUSEMENTS.
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THURSDAY, S?PT. 29.
: Smyth & Rice Present the Quaint Ameri
can Comedian,
WILLIE COLLIER
(Rear Admiral of American Jollity) In Dt
Souchot's Scrcamlngly Funny Faroe,.
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A Company of Surpassing Merit
> Over Two Hours of Solid Fua.
Prices $1.00, 75c and 60c. Seats on salt
. at C. A. House's Music Store Tuesday
I - ? attS3
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30.
Engagement Extraordinary! America's
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and her Excellent Company, Including::
C. Herbert Kerr Piano
Dairy Kera King Contralto
Chas. Hlgglns Violin
Ines Do Costa Accompanist
The Society and Musical Event
of the Season
PrIrcB?li.oG, 41.00. 75c and BOc. Seats on
sale at C. A. House's Music Store Wednesday,
September ?. ac24
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Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday
Matinee, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
Leon B. Washburn's
BIQ DOUBLE MINSTRELS.
60?People?60. The finest equipped minstrel
company at popular prices.
Night?15, 25, 85 and 60c. Matineo-15. 25
and 35c. ae26
J. 8. RHODES CO.
Cool
: Weather
Goods.
j Have just opened a
large new stock of
Ladies' Jackets,
Far Capes and
Collarettes
I tie very latest novelties
! from the best makers.
! BLANKETS.
No use for you to keep
uncomfortable these cool nights.
We have a big assortment of Blanj
kets. Prices 39c a pair up. '
New Novelties in
Fall Dress Goods
Arriving Daily.
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PLUMBING. ETO.
WM.F.C. SCBNELLE |
Dealer in ail goods pertaining to the trade.
1\)12 Alain Street, ,
Telephone S7. Wheeling, W. Va.
JJOBISttT V.*. KYLE.
Practical Plumber, Ga*> and Steam Fitter.
No. 1155 Market atreeL
Gaa and Electric Chandeliera. Filters,
and Taylor Gaa Burner* a specialty. mr2
, "^yiLLlAM HAREA SON,
Practical Plumbers Gas and Steam fitters
No. S3 Twelfth Street.
Work done promptly nt reawnable prlcea.
TRIMBLE & LUTZ COMPANY.
SUPPLY HOUSE
PLUMBING AND GAB FITTING.
CTIMU ivn HOT WATER HiiATlVO.
A full lino of the celebrated
SNOW STEAM l'UMTS
INUU.l6f.NCCR COUPON.
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V and one coupon cut from tho Intel- X
0 llReneer. Tin y can l>e purchased V
m (It thr IntrlllKoimr office on and
A after Monday. Auguit 1. or will Q
a font by tnnll; add 2 c?nt? each for 2
T poMujT''. Spa. 1 to 13 now ready. Z
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" "TTTANTED?BOY IS OR II T?A5TS 1
W ase. Call at Hottmann's K?u&. 1
rant. sq? 1
WjtNTED-OIRL FOR COOK AND 1
general housework. Apply at u
Fourteenth street. *3
XTOTICB-I DO NOT BELONG TO A XT
JM religious denomination. II. C. ZAXf
fe Fourteenth" street.
QTOCKHOLDER8* MEETING? "
There will be a. meeting of th? stock,
holders of the People's Ice and Storact
Company Thursday. October ?. l?S8 ?t ?
p. m.. for tho purpose of electing director*
RALSTON'S HEALTH ailB ~~
BREAKFAST FOOD.
A perfect food, made from w
leciea \yiicat. Rich in gluten.
. TRY IT.
H. r. BEHRENS CO.
FOR SAXiB.
; Bank of Wheeling Stock.
Exchange Bunk Stock.
Bloch Bros. Tobacco Co.
West Virginia.' Glass Co. Stock.
Fostorla Glass Co. Stock.
Aetna Mill Preferred Stock.
' Aetna Mill Common Stock.
Wheeling Iron'* Steel Co. Stock.
LaBelle iron Works Stock.
Wheeling Potwry 8tock.
8 Shares West Virginia Exp. &&F.
Stock.
Riverside Mm Stock.
SIMPSON <3t TATUM,
Tel. <64. Boats 4. Cltr B?nk BMldlni.
Kor sale hi a bamln, l!S-icra [arm, I
. miles east of the city.
We Want the
People to ?now
that wo haVe on hand One
Largo Byyijilde Coal Stows, Sec- (
i ond Hand; that will be sold cheap.
Also a largo assortment of Gas
Heating and Gas Ranges, all of ths
beat make.
B. F. CALDWELL & CO,
Childrea's Home Building.
The comnfltWb on a new building for
the Children's Ifomo have received propositions
for ttoe :purcha*o of building sites
In tho city, otad/tore open for other offer*
They further request proposition* for
building sites In tho suburbs and In the
country, same to b? submitted by Frldijr,
the 30th instant.
. ? WIT. B. 8IMPSON,
" 1"DR. R. H. BULLARD,
?.TGEO. E. 8TIFEL,
- B. W. PETERSON,
- "W. A. LIST,
seM Committee.
^SEALED BIDS.**
Sealed proposals will be received by Um
County Cotirt of Upshur county until l ,
o'clock p. m.," Wednesday, October 5, 108,
for the erection of a Jail and sheritrg rtf.
donee. In accordance with drawinga and
specifications prepared by Harrison Albright,
architect, of Charleston, W. Va.
Drawings and specifications may be s?a
at the court house and office of D. C
" Hughes, at Buckhannon, and at the ar?
ohitect's olficc, on and after Thursday,
September 29, 1898.
The county court reservos the right t?
reject any or all bids, and to waive anr
Informality In proposals, should thtjr df#o
It to the interest of the county to do ao.
JOS. S. REGEfl,
R. A. DARNALL,
GRANVILLE TETER,
se36 Commissioner!
$25,000 I
To Loan
On City
Real Estate.
Howard Hazlett,
+ STOCKS, BONUS AND INVESTMENTS, I
Exchange Bank Building.
Bakery For Rent
on the Island, conjistiq I
of store room, dwelling, bake tlHf I
and stable. A rare chance for i H
business stand. Possession gim
at once.
Theo. W. Fink & Co.,
Telephone 687. 1520 Ma/Ut St
.are daily growing In favor with
persons of scfontary hablta On#
pill taken dally acts gently on
tho liver and bowels. Sold by
R. H. LIST, Druggist, 1010 Main SU
Just la Season.
TttE NEW PAIEM
CORN GRATER
For preparing corn for stewing, fritter*. |H
* etc. You get all the good of t!is cI
loaving the hull on the ear.
WHOUS4LE AND RETAIL.
GEO. W._ JOHNSON'S SONS, I
1210 Main Street.
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W?u:r B
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Think of Every
Goo?] point .1 ponivf rook I rut app'l*
anc? mhoiiM have? then \awlne to*
Cinderella Ranges, fl
Makes kitchen work n
GOOD UAKKRS-PKKKKCT ROA8TW?
fold with thnt under#!* rnHn*.
< ' Wo have ihcin In sovcrnl
i ana Meo them.
j NESBITT & BR0.r M
;| J 312 Market St.

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