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THE INTELLIGENCER. I?
MfiaM Mr. (Mart ii i*u. tr l= Tie fartelligencer PttbtUhiaj Co., ? M AMI 27 rOMTCMTII STBtl In tt T?m? Per Yaar, kf Mall, la Adnaw, a poite|? PnpftUL Dally (lis Day? in tha Week) 1 ^ Pfflyl *F>TTt ? Dally (Thrtt Days in tlw ffwik)Mim?, 3.00 m Daily (Two Dejr? ll Ike Week) 8.00 Dally (Ona Month) i ? 40 j* Wacklr (One Tear In Advaao*) 1.00 fe Weekly (Six Month.) 00 THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER Is delir- J erea oy cum ere in vvneeun* ana ?a- ' Jacent towns at 10 cents per week. ? Persons wishing to subscribe to THE cc DAILY INTELLIGENCER can do ao T by sending In their orders to the In- ^ telllfencer office on postal cards or ^ otherwise. They will be punctually served by carriers. 7 Tributes of Respect and Obituary Notices 60 cents iwr Inch. tt Correspondence containing Important aj news solicited from every part of the surrounding country. y< Rejected communications will not be re- ^ turned unless accompanied by sufficient ? p0"**'- J [The INTELLIGENCER, embracing its D several editions, Is entered in the Post* office at Wheeling, W. Vs.. at second-class " matter.] In 1 tr TKLSniONB MUNBISi CrfHoflel tews 8331 Const!? Boosu 822 ? THE INTELLIGENCER, i i It tramnio, NOVEMBER IT. UM. jn ==a==== al Spain'i Defiant Bluff. to ' Spain defies the United State*. That tt Is, the poor, bankrupt, storm-beaten " government refuses to discuss the PW1- " m Jpplne question on lines laid down by ^ our rffece commissioners. Spanish, bluff _ Is singly at work at its old stand. g< There Is no uneasiness In Washington U1 over the jna"ttcr. Spain Is simply play- tc lag for a money offer from tills country. That is all there is in the position. NV> European Interference Is likely. The crisis in the negotiations has been 6e reached, and developments will now be 0| of momentous Interest. Whatever the ol ..I* a* ?4H ?.WI> *<% Ika /MmmuIII of th tCOUU) lb mil IIU? ue ?w ku<. uiouv? V? the honor of the United States/ We n< ai may depend on that. (e Wheeling and Her Visitors. ^ The Masonic and Odd Fellow visitors *r In the city have enlivened the hotel lob- * ' bies this week,' and added to the crowds t0 on the streets. While the sessltrtis of these grand bodies seem to have been no- ,n table for the amount of business trans- JJJ acted, which, of course. Is mainly with- " out general interest, the presence of the ?* delegates in town has been of interest, for among them are ?>me of the best *e men of West Virginia, prominent In all u walks of life, professional, commercial and wage-working?representative of J" West Virginia's intelligence, enterprise and progreseiveness. er y Such visitors always carry with them th to their homes throughout the state lmpressions of the town or city, and If 111 the Impressions are good the community to profits by them in many way*. It has ever been the verdiot of visitors to '? ?ii?? ? .v>naulnna thai fho tl' Hliecillid Wll DUVU WMU.V..M WW. ' chief city of the state Is a good place to 01 come to for a few days,and this occasion m seems to "have <been no exception to the fll rule. There is more -to be seen here ^ than at any other point In the state, w more diversity of Interests, more real ^ business, more wheels of Industry re- b< volving 1n" prosperous times, and the ^ advantages for social enjoyment are not ^ excelled. Hospitality's hand Is always In extended, and always will be to the cc city's guests. What has always been witnessed In ^ the entertainment of these state aa- 01 semblles of various organiza tions, what- ^ ever they represent. Is witnessed also tr when visitors come on other missions, in fhA intppp^tu of the development of ^ the. great Industrial and commercial P' welfare of this part of the rich Ohio Valley, of which "Wheeling and her Bitter communities Immediately surrounding her* are the center. Those who have been here this week rj on business connected with the organizations to which they belong, and have ^ enjoyed our hospitality, will have an opportunity to observe -this morning how Wheeling welcomes, even for the d short period of an hour or two, passing J visitors, representing the great move- ' ment for the river improvement, which ? means so much for her commercial development, as they arrive on their Jour- n ney down the stream which is to bo- *' come to the commercial Interests of the . 'D< valley many times more valuable than It has ?bern, and will do so by the grace fl( of a progrewlve Cdngress, and the pu*h JJ and perseverance of our enterprising citizens. " Let our guests of the week turn out with us and participate In the welcome, for we are all West Virginian# together. J Mr. McGraw's Claim*. Mr. McGraw, In an interview in the Register, referring to an editorial in the ^ Intelligencer commenting on a pubilca- Q f tlon of the Register, regarding his refusal to concede his defeat, says it is ^ the old *Htop thief cry of the Intelllgen* 0 cer, which la fa-mlllar to the Democrats a of thestaU. He then explains that his a challenge goes to the counties of Preston and Tyckrr, and a pari 01 jayioi. g having Itejmbllean eommla&ionera. If In g( .jitn.ui at thi* Intplllirenccr Mr. mm CUHui riM u. McGraw found anything which was not ^ based on facts, or which chargcd him ^ personally with engaging In an attempt tJ to count htnwlf Into Congress, he mutt jt ; have read it wrong. The reference to the effort of his ! friends was based wholly on the stutemcnt of tho Democratic organ In this 1 city that he demanded recounts In six 8 counties, and that there woro Repub- ,v llcans who had sworn 'that their votes 1i for Mr. McOraw were not counted. The t! [ absurdity of tho proposition that men t i could know before an. official canvass, and without evidence, that thrtr votes s had not been counted?and that they w couM know It tvell enough to make aifl- li ; davit to the charges, lioks eurpiclous, h to say the least. The Intftlllgencor 1< still thinks that tills claim I* absurd. u > There was no disputing the right of c any candidate to demand a rccounl of ,9 * vote. The lair five# him the right, be ImtUigeneer iu merely oomtntot% oa statements that were Aunt on Kir face, and repeated eorae hjitonr ncemlng the political traneformatlona i the 8eoond district which tended to xnr that U 4a legitimately a RepuMlin dlatrlct, and haa tieen for years job the national questions which have Ivlded parties. Thla history la recent Mogh to ?e within the memory ot any of our youngest voter* 80 far aa CoL KcOraw la concerned, traonally, If be honestgtoeljevea that > has been elected to Congress In >tte of Mr. Dayton's TOO majority on the toe of the returns, he has a right to rmana recounts tor ine purpose oi U9frtalnlng whether be Is right or not. he effort to show himself elected, ralnst a showing in the returns that ?is defeated, does not necessarily ln>lve any wrong intent upon his part, rtMr.McGrawcar.notxMsptftetbat elecon results in the Second district from i far back as 1882, with the -exception ' a couple of Democratic tidal-wave ?ars, clearly show the sentiment of the strict to be for Republican policies. It not a Democratic district We point Im for authority to Mr. Thomas B. avis, who, since the election, explained r. McOraw's defeat as due to the great iflux of Republican voters in the cenal coal and lumber regions, since their jvelopment. The Intelllgenoer makes no violent asrtlon. It orimply states certain efforts e now being made by. the Democratic aders In the district, and when taken > connection with the efforts of a mJlar nature in oCher parts of the state, gain members of the legislature and le state senate who have been defeatf, and the open boast that a control of iq house of delegates by one or two ajorlty will enable* them to overcome e Republican majority on joint ballot when ihp*e matters are taken alto *her the Intelligencer feels it Is called >on to utter a warning: to Republicans keep their eyes open. The New Defeats the Oldt The "West Virginia State "University's ot ball team's splendid* victory over le team of the Virginia University ems to have stirred up the enthusiasm ' the state quite as much as the news ! the Dewey victory did. This enuslasm has extended to people who are >t ordinarily interested la foot ball, id ore even opposed to some of its atures. There Is a reason for this hich is entirely unusual and1 different om reasons that ordinarily charactere the pleasure over an inter-state vicry in sporting circles. It may not be generally known, but such matters much of the old prejuce on the part of Virginians against 'est Virginians crops out, and 'the boys ! the famous Institution founded' by bonus Jefferson are imbued with that eling toward the boys of the State Diversity of the younger etate. The valry has been Intense, with Just a tie bit of bitterness on the part of e representatives of the younger genatlon of Virginians, absorbed' from telr fathers, who 'have never forven us for cutting loose from "the other state," and going into business r ourselves. This is natural, perhaps, and when the ot ball teams of the reepecve leading educational institutions the New and Old Dolnions come together for a test of rength and skill, we may well believe tat the contest Is one to a finish, not ithout Interest. When the boys of the ninger state come marching home siring the palm of victory won from le despondent rivals, It is 'but natural lat the state, even if R Isn't overterestcd In the game, is ready to relive them with congratulations, lnK? a stain nrlHo which. UTifleP le rare circumsances named, Is a little it of the ordinary. More power to the rest Virginia University, the physical ainlng within the precincts of which is its victories no less renowned than te victories on the lines of intellectual rogrees. A Pleasant Outcome. One of the pleasant outcomes of the cent elections Is that the Unlte(| States mate will be for some years to come d of certain Populistic obstructionists ho have been a drag to the work of lat distinguished body, and have confuted more than any body to the dey of the public business. It is stated om Nevada, that Senator Stewart, the ee silver leader, whose speeches, some ' them consuming many day* in their elivery, have burdened tho Record lth their ponderosity, their fallacies itithelr platitudes, cannot'be re-elected, is hoped that in his stead the pockettrough of Nevada will Iwive the good jnse to send some one who will not Ive the country pains, and consume all >etime of the senate with speeches deigned to obstruct the business of the ation. The Populist senator, Mr. Allen, of rebraska, will be succeeded by a Iteubllcan, who will be for the best inTest^ of the country, and whose presnce and votes will not be against the ationai credit and a disturber of publlo )nfldence. Mr. White, of California, ?? ..ft11 U. Mn?nhV Ill UC 1-SHiCU, UO nm MAI. MIUIIOV) f New York. This ia nut all the pleasant features, ut they ore enough to Illustrate some f the benefits of the election. If right nd Justice and honest voting prevails gainst attempts to defeat the will of tie majority of the voters of West VlrInla. thla state will send a Republican enator who will be Arm In the faith, III be on the side of sound finance, promotion. commercial expansion and the rneral advancement of the country on le lino of an extension of Its inlluences >r civilization. And there ?tc others. Wheeling Banks. The report ??f State Bank Kxarnlner ^cteel, for the last lineal year ending: September 30, of the condition of the Wheeling banks, is published this mornig. All Wheeling banks are autostnnlal Institutions ant) the report ahowa hem to be in good condition. It Is to the credit of Wheeling that he lias a reputation for conservatism i business methods, and that her bankfig institution are good examples of our that characteristic has maintained >cal confidence. A Wheeling hank fallre 1a something never heard of in flnanlal circles, because none ever occurs. %i* la a good thing for Wheeling, for I ROM tAbsquvtuxv Makes the food more def it fltrengthen* her credit abroad, and Is a good thing: for (her banks, for their high standing is a testimonial to their } safe management , POIHTED PARA0BAFB8. The new woman usually meets her match in the new servant. No man- wants the earth more than the seasick ocean voyager. Some people make the best of everything?and others take it It Is from contraries that all the harmony in this world results. Fools oftlmes rush in where wise men would be afraid of the police. The title often sells a book?and it Invariably catches the American heiress. The kangaroo Is a healthy looking animal, but It is nearly always on its last legs. The trouble with the man who knows it all is that he is unable to keep it to himself. Solomon when arrayed in all his glory didn't have a pair of plaid stockings to his feet Even though she refuses him, a woman always admires the good judgment of the man who proposes. When the new crop of pensions begins to ripen it may be necessary to appoint veterinarians as medical examiners. It's a wise man who can conjecture what a woman is going to say?and It's a foolish one who wants to. It is human nature for man to look out for number one, but the charming MRS. AlcKINLEY'SL. It Wm Taken In l'rofllo for her Weatern Fr! The latest picture of Mrs. ItcKtoley i ShOWS fier lOOKing rcmurKa'uiy w ?. *?; \uc picture Is a very pretty one of a profile with the eyes looking serenely ahead. That one of the charms of Mrs. McKinley's face?its perfect serenity?and a person gazing on this face can easily believe that the President's home has been a "haven of peace." Mrs. McKinley Is a very tasteful woman In dress. She wears soft effects around her neck, and Is said to be opposed to the tailor-made style of dressing. as too severe and unfeminlne. Mrs. McKinley is one of the many women now prominently before the publio as the wives of statesmen who were not poor in their youth; she never knew the struggles of the washtub and the Citing pan. Her father was a banker, and though this does not mean a great deal In a rnnall place. It meant comfort for her. She entered mercantile life as his assistant, and took a great Interest la the work, not from necessity but from pleasure. She received a fine education at one of the seminaries for young lacHes in Ohio, and remained thero until trtio was well fitted for a teacher. young" W1UOW IU\v.i* a iuun0 Vu-w 1U1 uvuu- < ber two. 1 A scientist recently asserted that a man could double his circulation by t bathing* his feet in tepid -water, and now some rural editors are having < tanks fitted to their office stoves.?Chi- ca go Daily News. Itcccnt Inventions* In a new guard rail for street cars short bars are pivoted on every other } post In pairs, to be raised and lowered 1 by rods attached to a series of cranks carried by a rod at the top of the car. A new grip for bicycle handlebars in formed of a flat strip of spring steel J curved Into a spiral and wound around f the end of the bar, with a sliding collar t to be fastened bf a screw after the j spring Is wound up to the right tenMoiu * A Californlan has designed a boiler which cleans itself of all Impurities In i the water, the feed pipe being curved after it enters the boiler to cause the water to revolve, the dirt gradually fall- j Ing into a funnel in the bottom to be i drawn off through a faucet. 1 Razors can be quickly sharpened by a I new device formed of a circular piece of flexible material, having a flne grinding surface which acts on the blade as It slides back and forth. ^ Two Englishmen have patented a i lock l>ott!e, which will prevent tho theft < of the contents, a metallic casing sur- \ rounding the neck of tho bottle,-with a 1 sliding yoke at the top, which covers \ the cork or engages a glass stopper, tho j yoke belnff released by turning a bolt i with a key. t A combined mud guard and bicycle * support recently placcd on the market Is formed of two rods hinged to tne > frame under tho saddle to carry a curved plate renting on tho roar wheel to scrape the tire, the rods being dropped down on either side to support the wheel when standing. ? To prevent elevators from dropping In : case the cable breaks, a curved steel bar f Is attached to tho undt-r side of the cor- ( rlnge, carrying blocks at the end ft to , grip the ways In which tho cngo slide*, , the blocks being normally held out of r contact by levers connected with the | cable. i TEN thousand demons gnawing away at one's vitals couldn't be much worse than the tortures of Itching piles. Yet there's a cure. Donn'a Ointment never falls 4 mi r ~1 1' i baking Powder WE icious and wholesome PAH8U0 PLE18ABTMM. "Speaking ot Bright's witticism?," remarked young Softlelgh, "why, I could tay smarter things than he If I had a mind to, donoher know." J nf course you could," replied Mlw Cutting. "That's the only thins rou ack, I'm sure."?Chicago Z^Ulr News. Father?Willie, If I give you live cent? 1 ind your brother Harry ten cents, what i vould <hat make? J Willie?Trouble.?New Tork Evening World. Mr. J.?What would you suggest, doctor, for insomnia? * Dr. Piilsbury?I would suggest that rou attempt to sit up with * sick man ind give him his medlclpe every hour a tew nights.?Harper's Weekly. = "What Is the brink of war, pa?" "The brink of war? Well, it Is the reeling which seems to exist all the i Jme between Bridget and your mother. -Detroit Free Press. ( "I have Just heard that Flasher broke i lis leg while oot wheeling yesterday." "That doesn't surprise me in the ( east." 4 "I was told; too, that It was broken ' a several places." 1 "I don't doubt it, for when Flasfher icorchcs he goes so fast that he'd prob- I ibly be in several places before his j iiad time to get thoroughly broken;"? ' Richmond Dispatch. | Little Bobbie?Aladdin's just a fairy ? :ale, I believe! There aren't such things ' is "slaves of the lamp," are there, pa- ( >a? ; Mr. Guyer?Why, certainly! Haven't \ roil ever seen your mouun veeks making a lamp shade that ttio- j l^'S- ; M' - / A.TEST PICTURE. lends m aSoaventr of Her Recant Trip ^ Mrs. McKinley4? Invalidism which her oi Mends say Is now much Improved, got d Her In the habit of wearing* her hair tl Jhort; them she discovered that short, vavy hair was becoming to her. Now 4he wears It done In vuch a war that >ne can? scarcely tell whether It Is loner n >r short. u Her friends have been carefully chosftv and the most of these have been professionals, for she is very fond of aril sts and musical composers. Though = eports say to the contrary, Mrs. Mckinley is distinctively a society woman, M ind she goes out whenever her health 4 illows her and sometimes when It does lot She is a clever conversationalist, ind is well known for her repartee. Mrs. ?] UcKinley Is one of the most delightful r, lostesses In Washington and will enter- ' aln quite otten during the winter. M (VJth herself as first ladr of the white louse, Mrs. Hay as the leader of the cabinet ladies, and Mr*. Hobart as the epresentatlve of society?a position vhlch always belongs to the wife of the rice president?Washington will be argely entertained this winter by tomes of wealth, and of the three Mrs. tfcKtnley will do her full share. Si illy cetn ruined while It's being put on he lamp??Now York Journal. 4 "Haven't ,-ml any special literary nethods, Mr. Furore?" "Yes; like all other great writers, I c >ften dip nvy mucilage brush In my Ink.' -Chicago Record. Ilow'. Thill 11 We otter One Hundred Dollars Ee snord for any case of Catarrh that can 81 lot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ? P. J. CHBNEi & CO., Prop?.. R Toledo, Ohio. Wo the undersign-ed have known P. v. r. Cheney for tho past last fifteen years, inA believe him perfectly honorable In $ ill business transactions and financially iblo to carry out any obligations made jy their firm. A'est & Truax, Wholcsole Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. balding, Kxnnan & Marvin, Wholesaito D Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. q Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Interiwtfly, acting directly upon the blood ind mucous surfaces of the system, frice, 7fic per bottle. Sold by all drugfists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. DRYING preparations simply develop Iry catarrh; they dry up the secretions f vhlch adhere to the membrane and do- v compose, causing a far more serious .rUUDiC HIUl* li??- ?""> "I arrh. Avoid nil drying Inhalants and is? that which cleanses, soothes and leals. Elf's Cream Rnlm Is such a c\ emedy and will cure catarrh or cold in he head easily and pleasantly. A trial pr ilr.e will bo mailed for 10 centB, Inrgo for ? ,0 cents. All druggist* keep It. Ely 3rother?, GG Warren Street, New York. Ilellrf In Biz Hoar*. C Distressing Kidney and .Bladder d!s as* relieved in six hours by "New Great yc Jouth American Kidney Cure." It is a ln jrcat surprise on occount of its exceodng promptness In relieving pain In bladJor, kidneys and back, In male or fe? nale. Relieves retention of water alnost immediately, if you want quick ellef and cure this Is the remedy. Sold iy R. 11. List, druggist. Wheeling, W. tf&a Q OASTOIIXA. Betn tfae A Kind You Haw Always Bought = i jSWaffAY?JOHN BBOUB A CO. 7~jS$k i mIh I Hi I i ??* '"'* VHEN YOU WANT TO MAKE A PRESENT 'ou will find tho moft satisfactory place " o purchase It Is at thin Jewelry Store. I To matter how much money or how little 1 loney you want to spend, you will find a 1 ul table present here. John Becker & Co., JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. 3<?T Jxiob Htft- ^ HYGIENIC UNDERWEAR. || n IDoctor [ ? Says that a wet skin 5 ftcoe8 before colds-s i ' g Jahos Hygienic Under-^ ft WEAR ABSORBS MOI8T- ttft : ft URE, PREVENTS CHILLINC < ft-CAN'T SHRINK ? NON-fik 1 IRRITATING - STOUT OR 1 THIN-TALL OR SHORT? GA ft MAN, WOMAN, OR CHILD 3X f f - ALL CAN BE PROPERLY fik j J FITTED ?AT MODERATE Oft J COST,,TOO. ^ For Sale by 'i II U e-'v/i -qcwj Agents for West Virginia. iSHKMABLC TAKERS AND GUTS' fURIUSIfCKS E 1321?dt323HfUtSU WWelM^W.Va. Every ^ T House ^ should bare a pore stimalant, ipedally at this Beaton of the year. We Iter to the publio our whiskies which 1 ave stood the test of over a quarter of century. Silver Age $1.50 PER FULL QUART. Bear Creek $1.00 a PER FULL QUART. ^ These whiskies are unsurpassea xor w, urity end general excellence. GuaranMd to be perfectly free from fuall oil r other deleterious substances. Ask your aaler for them, and If they do not have lem on hand send direct to I MAX KLEIN, ISTIUER AND WHOLESALE LIQUORS, \ 82 refers) Street, Allegheny, Pa. Catalogue mailed free on application. AMUSEMENTS. tOPBRH HOUSE# 18th November, 1898. " rjiuih and the world Uuchs with you." Mrd season of this psble organization, THE PLAYERS, presenting a comedy in S acta THE SPECULATOR, from the German of C. Von Moser. Subscription sale of Boats closes Tueaty. Regular sale Wednesday. 16th No?mber, at 8 a m.. at C. A. House's Music tore. Prices?$1.00. 75c and 60c. no!2 lOPERK HOUSE# One Night Only, Monday, Nov. 21. J ' haa. E. Blaney a Biff Musical Success. A HIRED GIRL. * The Funniest Comedy Ever Written. 12 ^ iRh-Claaa Vaudevlllo Acta. 12 Beautiful Iris. Moro Musln Than a Comic Opera. Cast?Chaa. F. McCarthy, <lua Pixley, jhuman Sisters. Edith Murllla, John It. ? umpson. Mart Reagan and Tho Famous Ago Slstcra and Their FlckanlnnlcH. 1 Prices?JLOO, 75c and 60c. Seats on sale : C. A. House's Music Stgro Friday. No- (I amber 18. no!6 W tOPBRH HOUSE* TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 22. THAT BIG SUCCESS! KS I! "Natal Gas" ? EDDIE GIRARD Assisted bv a GRAND COMPANY OF COMEDIANS. Price*?>1.00. 750 and EOc. Switn on Bale ; C. A. Houso'a Music Storo Saturday, ovember 19. nolC ^ RAND OPERA HOUSE. J One Solid Week, commencing Monday vanlna. November 14. Dallv Mntinncx imraenclng Wednesday. _ THE WILBbft OPERA COMPANY. [ innRf* of programme each performance. Night prices?1&, 2ft. 35 and 50c. Matlnco ices?16 and g6c. No higher. ^ STOVE3 AND RANGES. *" )il Stoves. Tou have n room In which >u have no flue, and cannot use a atovc. i this caao la where an ALUMINUM OIL STOVE imcs Into play. No odor. No dirt, EO, W. JOHNSON'S SONS, 1210 Main Slrool. j ttKATKST FACILITIES FOR TlIB .1 Prampt rompwtion of Ortm at ttw U itclUicncor Job I'rlnUug Ofllco. ilww'abvrbtlammsnts. il/xnted*<jancer"and trus; lot heavy. Reference*. Apply at C4 uT; treet ' ^ iSr ' lUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD QOODi oil so?.b.bir it, ldoi, v. rlu*ln??t 10 o'clock.. 1111 i will ?u ? bile i?l. on ih. iirouilm, no, >101 jt? im ilrrri, all iii" mmllbrt, u*rpili m i .lh?r koauhom koo.h om,i?lu,d lu ?,j loiiie mioueina ill. or ih. |? M,ry A Fresh smoked sturgeon and Halibut. fi. F. Behrens Co., 2317 kuraet street. DEVELOPING AND PRINTING \J for Amateur Photographers. , Mall Orders Solicited. V. C. BROWN. 1222 Market St ooooooqSSoooooooooooooom CUT THIS OUT. ' Present this ticket and ten crnts at our start for one box ot Or. i Simmon*' I DANDRUFFANE SOAP. 1 Regular price, I60 a box. Don't 1 miss It. ; Csstis's DrKS Store. Opp. Mtt.r? Norn. ooooooonoooooodPooooooooo Jdon't.... luffer with HEADACHE and NEURALHA, when you can be relieved with oq? A?D CROSS HEADACHE POWDER. 'hey conta.lB-nif'atitipyrine or other harm* ill Ingredient*." K H 11ST. nruooUt. HMO Main SL SAVE SflffiV., 15 GETTING HOUR PAPERS AND MAGAZINES ROM RANK STANTON, StlSm. Bookseller and Stationer, Wheeling W. Ve. Vrho can furnsh At BEST RATES ALL , HE LEADING PERIODICALS, savin* ou trouble", risk and expense of order. is yourself. Shorthand. bcpert Instruction. , Select Pupils Only. Day and Evening Sessional Wheeling Shorthand School Crangle Block, 1318 Market Street, Wheeling, W. Va. Louis E. Schrader, Walter Bould, fflcial Stenographer, Certificated Teacher, Proprietor. Principal. Winter Mush Caps. Bays' Polo Tnndowa and Brighton 135c and 51c. Men's Fine Flush Brighton nl findsor. All kinds of Cloth Winter Caps at S. DINGER CO.'S 38 Twelfth Street. REASONABLE GOODS.... uritan Gas Heaters, Puritan Oil Heaters, Tubing for Gas Stoves. . Wire Spark Guards, /ire Nursery Fenders, Brass Fronts for Gas Fires, Parlor Coal Vases, Parlor Fire Sets.?. i fr ull Line. Latest Patterns. sIESBITT & BRO., 1312 Market St. LS. RHODES# CO. adies' lackets. 100 New Jackets just received. Our $10 Jacket, all silk lined, we make ? leader of. ancy iilk This season's Fancy Silk? worth $1.00, for 58c. We have bought from a manufacturer at about 50 ccnts on the dollar, 10 pieces of Fancy Silks and will offer them at 58c. L S. Rhodes & Co.