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IloRLP OF SPORT:
lc Attitude of the I.oAftue of
IE RACING BOARD CHAIRMAN.
. Chiton, Gives llu Vlew? ?m the Sub.
Ct-llo Doc* Not Think that llnclng
111 A>?Iui.hI holli.t. A -
IlV.-Ycitcrdny'i Hurra at Ncu Orlrniin.
I jut Night's llouiliig CuutraU-OUier
Vcui lit the Fir ltl of Sport#
PITTLADELPHIA, Jan. 7.-Chatrman
orgo D. Gideon, of the L. A. W. rncA
board .who has nil alone mainInod
a alienee on tho question of
>undonlng control of 'cycle races, has
laily spoken. He Is In favor of conlulng
the aport, and In an Interview
i denies many of the claims of tho
Why should the league abandon Its
ntrol of racing?" said tho chairman
discussing tho subject. "No Rood
?son for such action has yet been adneed.
Ono would be led to believe
>m what Is being said by thoso advoting
abandonment that tho league
was devoting Its every energy to tho
control of racing.
"This Ik very far from the truth, however,
as the subject is in the hands of
Ave members of the league. They nre
H. W. Robinson, of Massachusetts; E.
H. Cronlnger, of Cincinnati; Fred Gerlcch,
of Chicago; D. W. Roberts, of St
Louis, and myself.
"The board Is self-supporting, as the
fee charged for granting sanctions has
paid all the expenses Incurred by the
members and the immense amount of
correspondence that has been carried
VII UUilHH till- ('uei / ? .
"As the racing board la absolutely no
expense to the league, and It serves to
advertise that body by bringing It constantly
before the public, I can sec no
reason why this branch of L. A. W.
work should be abandoned any more
than any other.
"The weak points of Mr. Potter's
suggestion are that ho gives no good
reason why the control of racing should
be relegated to some one else, and does
not even suggest who will take charge
of this Important fnnture of cycling if
the wheelmen abandon 1L
"Possibly Mr. Potter thinks that some
new organization would be formed,
probably among the racing men themselves
to control their own actions,
but such a condition of affairs would
not be tolerated.
"As a matter of fact, the league of
American Wheelmen la the only organisation
which possesses the contidence
of the public sufficiently to control racing
In all its ramification*, for It hns
proved by Its policy from the first that
racing is regulated only In the interest
of pure and good sport, and other or
pnnizations wouia i>c a ions time convincing
the public that they acted stinllarly.
"As I have said l?efore, there Is no
fnal reason why racing control should
be abandoned, and I do not think it
WITH THE BOWLEBS.
The STlghUy Record of Strike* and Spnre*
on (hi* AUffi.
w. Tj. r* ct.
Prownles 26 7 .W
Ncmek-sa 24 .I2T
Daisies ? 10 MX
ICUSM 16 14 .US
BetbootS 14 1? .424
H. C. Richards 11 24 .333
Independent* 10 m .333
Press Club 7. 2S .212
The Beabouts, of the Musee Bowling
League, continued their lately inaugurated
victorious career by twice defeating
the H. C. Richards team, and
thus securing a Arm hold on fifth place.
Captain "Alex" Turner declares he is
-?ut tor fourth place, but the Musees
will have a word or two about that
proposition. The Richards put up a
nice game in the third contcst and won
out easily. In the first game the B?-abouts
"blind" put up a 200-score. the
besf Individual work of tb? evening.
BKABOUT8. 1st 2nd. 3d.
Long 137 147 1&4
Miliar 12? 142 123
Wlnterhalter 113 123 123
Turner V* 1M 1?
1-1? 1*1 l?l
vtori* .... ...
W. NaU 212 lbO 114
Total* 964 PW &K
IT. C RICHARDS. 1st 2nd. 3d.
i*s?>i?on 137 i?a jr.:
Archer 140 106 131
JMjjra 174 133 13*
Richard* 143 12 K.J
, rintor 117 137 143
| Ulind 1A 111 17:
Totals i'? W7 jli
SOUTH SIDE LEAGUE.
w. r* pet
Harvest 32 7 .>21
> *11 Pouch 27 12 .? >
Mosart 21 12 .636
]-I Belle 21 13
Standard 16 SI .410
- 16 'SI .410
Novice 8 H .222
Tho Mall Pouch team, of tho South
Fide league, which In holding down second
place, lant night dofo.ited the
Standards twice, but were beaten In
the llr?<t game. Some very high-grade
ton-pins were relied. Score:
MAIL POUCH Int. 2nd. 3d.
I'ranz 155 Vjt 1V>
Htrlpple Ir?2 -I" lis
Kbetlnr 1L7 K? its
HrarbrouRh 126 111
Sch^hle 125 210 JM
lllckmeyer 135 149 153
Totals ic% 544* 871
STANDARD. 1*L 2nd. 3d.
V. Brascb 147 ICS 1JD
Amdt 165 IH
Nolle 1^? 1>1
Hall !* ) 1? 121
IlV.zer 141 123 140
W. Branch 134 134 111
Totals M M2 S3
N'W Orlraus Karri.
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 7.?Thlrtywlntor
meeting. Weather rainy; track
Klr.tt. three-year-old* and upwards,
six furlongs?nilly Jordan won; Sir
*? ?- Tlrnn.
jonu nevoiiu, Miianv tuuw. ......
Hecond, four-year-olds, selling, one
rnlie and sixteenth?Dave Ituhdfer won;
Hprlnicvnle second; Little IJlllle third.
Time, 1 :.*>7*4.
Third, handlcnp, one mile for threeyear-nlds?Captain
KMd won; Chugnut
second; Waterman third. Time, 1:49*ri.
Fourth, handicap for four-year-olds
and upwards, mil'* and twenty yardn?
7'lccaroon won; Balkllne second; JJavld
third. Time, 1:4?.
Fifth. three-year-old* and tipwardn,
selling. neven furlongs?Tommy Hotter
won: Houndmore second; 1'anuut third.
,11 on lit I'lrainiil flriiiR.
The Mount Pleasant 'juarnntln<
r.Kalnst Martin's Ferry will prohnhly
I-- raised In n few dnys. The authorltli'M
Intended to raise It yesterday hut nt
a in "MnR decided to await developments
In the next few days. The cost
of maintaining; the quarantine there
IwiM iHH-n SIGu. Travelers entering the
town have tn pnsn three picket linen.
I?r. J. A. McGlenn wont to Pittsburgh
to he present nt his own marriage. The
in-wly married couple will return today
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bracken, of
Wichita, Kansas, arrived in .M unit
J'feasant and will make this their fttttire
home. Mrn. Bracken win brought
back t<? her old home suffct In* from mn larla.
Mr. Bracken has /rone to Wichita
to chue out his business there and
will op?'n a general store In Mount
Itcv. Mr. CJray. of flu* Western I!'
rve, formerly of Mount 1*1 e*<>i\ti(. will
' ndtict revival services at the 51. 1'.
?r* ? -;'??r- ?"
BEPWH-DAVID SON SCANDAL
Mm. DuviiWon on Hie WHium BUuiri?Ei
iitmrr Not Very Htartllug.
SAN FlfcANCISCO, Jan. 7.?When th
preliminary examination of Mrc. Mar
A. Davidson, charged with extortln
$500 from Rev. Dr. C. O. Brown, wan rc
mimed in the pollco court this aftornoo
the court room wan crowded with wc
men, many of them members of tli
Flint Congregational church. Mrs. Dn
vldson wafl flrnt placed upon the Stan
In h?*r own .defense. Sho testified thn
who was born In Bangor. Maine. Who
.she witm eight years old sho moved t
Bucknport. Me. Sho was married ther
to Franklin Pierce, who was, durln
the civil war, a major. When ho wen
to tho front she too went and volun
teercd her services, working on tli
flcld and In the hospital.
After the war was over sho returne
icltlt hiiahnml <11 Ilnn1/iinni>t Mn
but not Immediately. He ha<l reslpnc
from the army just prior to the close c
the war. Ho died In 1869. Bhe subsc
quently married Thomas Y. Davldsoi
Sho came to California on January I
two years 050, to show coraeta at th
mld-wlnter fair, and had lived hero eve
She became acquainted with Mattl
Overman at Rev. Mr. Allen's mlssloi
About two months airo sho met her o
l)r. Brown's. She never waa a membt
of Dr. Brown's church, but at the sc
HcltaMon of Dr. Brown und tho supei
lnter.dent of the Sunday school, sh
took a Bible clans, and the doctor ha
praised her work In that capacity bot
before and after the date on which h
paid her the 5500. He had al*o eulc
Kissed her to other members of tho Sur
<?ay school and the church in her pre*
enc*. She narrated her Intimacy wit
Mattle Overman, whom she jointly ac
cuscs with Dr. Brown, and told ho*
she had secured their oontldence.
A GIGANTIC SWINDLE
Eiiglnrcrttl hy a Xtimber of Spaniard
Fulls of Consummation.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 7.-Oeorg
Leas, formerly the proprietor of a bollc
works In Kansas City, but now travel
ln? for the Crescent steel works, c
Bradford, Pa., with headquarters n
Chicago, was one of the Intended vie
tims of a Klgantlc swindle which hn
been unearthed by tho authorities c
Valencia, Spain, who are now tsJtln
steps to punish the would be swlndlcn
forty-two of whom are under arrest 1
Leas' last July received a letter date
at the Penon of Malllla, a prison r
Valencia- SDain. slimed by one who call
ed himself Henry Leas, and claitnc
blood rotation with George Lean. It d?
scribes the writer as a rich man wh
wn.n serving prison sentence for th
wrongs of nnother; told of a young an
beautiful daughter whom he wished th
Kansas Cltyan to become guardian o
and promised a rich reward for the set
vice. This girl, whose mother wa
dead, the writer added, was soon to b?
come heir to a large fortune. Leas, sui
plcloua of the Spaniard's Intention
wrote for further information. It ha
Just been received In a letter Issued 1)
Judges Llano and Jacos, of the dlstrk
of San Vlncente, Valencia, and address
ed to the local authorities. It asks fc
the deposition of George Leas, and dl*
closes a gigantic scheme of half a hur
dred Spaniards to defraud sever*
prominent Americans In different clUc
on the same proposition laid down t
the Kansas City man.
DEMENTED IN LONDON.
Tlic Strange Case of Mrs. Slrl?*l??Itntlonf
on Some Mnbjects.
LONDON, Jan. 7.?Mrs. Cornelia fie
bels, of Rrookhaven. Miss., who wa
found wandering In the streets of thl
city yesterday in a demented conditio
and taken to St. Geo/ge's workhous*
has recovered sufficiently to-day to b
able to talk rationally on most subject
with an Associated Press reporter tyh
called to see her.
It was only when speaking of he
claims to English and German fortune
that she showed any evidences of dc
mentla. She said thnt her share in th
Selbels estate was J50.000.000, and tha
she Is also entitled to a good share I
the Temple estate In England.
Mrs. Selbels Is about elghty-fou
years of age. Sowed in her clothln
there was found about $15,000 in bill
The United States embassy here ha
been notified of her condition.
fttnry of n Pork Deal,
CHICAGO. Jan. 7.?Jud*re Tuley tc
day awarded -i victory to John Cudah
in the chancery litigation brought b
Austin W. Wright to prove a par)
nershlp w,lth Cudahy In the celebrate
pork deal! of September, 1893. Wrigli
sought in his bill to prove that the deali
which Involved a loss of $600,000 an
brought about his failure, were a pari
nershlp transaction, und that Cudah
was equally liable with him for th
Judge Tuley holds that the evldenc
does not support Wright's claim and h
dismisses the bill for want of equity.
Another Humor About Frlton.
ATLANTA. Go., Jan. 7.?A rumor I
current in ruilroad circles here, appai
ently with a strong basis of fact, tha
Mr. Samuel Morse Felton, receiver <
the Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texa
Pacific railway, Is to be chosen pres
dent of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroa
Company, to (111 the vacancy caused h
the resignation of President Charles 1
Mayer. No confirmation of the repoi
is obtainable here, however.
COLUMBUS, O., Jnn. 7.-Judge Pug
to-day charged the grand Jury concqrr
ing alleged bribery of a member of tt
last legislature. The name is lie
firings comfort r.nd improvement anf
tends to personal enjoyment who
rightly used. Tho many, who lire bet
ter than others and enjoy lifo more, wit]
lew expenditure, by more proinptl;
adapting t!io world's be?t product* t
tire needs of physical being, will attes
tlic value to health of tho pure liquii
laxative principles cmbrscod In th
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
It* excolleooe is due to ita presently
In tho form most acceptable and plea*
ant to tho taste, tho refreshing and trul;
beneficial properties of ajterfeet lax
alive; effectually cleansing tho system
dispollfng colds. headaches and fever
mi'l permanently curing constipation
It ha.? given satisfaction to millions am
mot with tho approval of tho niedicn
profusion, beeau.*o it acts on the Kid
nevs, Liver and Ilowels without weal
enf/ig thorn and It U perfectly free fror
every objectionable substance.
Syr up of Figs is for solo by all drop
gixts in fiOe and f 1 bottles, hut it is mat
ufaetured by the California Fig Syru
Co. only, whose name is printed on ever
package, also the name, Kyrup of Fig/
?ud Im?Iui' wa^Jnfornied, you will uc
accept any nubsTituto if oOcrud.
p THE OIL FIELDS.
y Good tuck of tlic "Preachers" in
Their OH Vcntcrcs.
" WHEELING PEOPLE INTERESTED
(1 In tlie Well, A'utoug Them llcliifc I)r.
Illcklryi of llio lalaud?A Murfaco Watri
o I'Ijmj Linn I)citroy?! ity the Interne
"u Cold at Wttverly?Dr*?ya the Coming In
of a Well Them?Activity la the KcijUi
borhootlofllavcu Hock?Other 1)11 Soivi,
(I The news of tho coming In of the
Jonea No. 1 of tbo Calf Creek Oil Company,
glvon In yesterday's paper, wan
i- received wRh much satisfaction by
i. many people In Wheeling. To begin
9, with, the Calf Creek company Is made
,e up mostly of Wheeling peoplo .and
ip among oil men has been known as the
"Preachers' Well" for tho reason that
e Ilev. Dr. Blckley, of the Island, and
j. other preachers are among the stockit
holders. The exact location of the
>r well was Incorrectly given; it Is aboul
i- four miles from the famous "Big Jim"
- instead of but 1,000 feet The Calf Creek
ip company will put down three other
d wells on Its lease and expects to have as
h good luck with theso as with tho No. 1
i- The well on the Johnson farm, No. 1,
i- also In tho Wavcrly tleld, Is nearly at
h the sand, but on account o( a piece of
!- bad luck will not bo brought in for sovv
eral days. This well receives Its water
supply from the Ohio river through a
water pipe line laid on the surface ol
the ground. During tho late cold spell
the pipes bursted, hardly a section of
' tho four-mile lino being left undamnged.
The damage will foot up at least
e 1600. A new line Is being put down aa
T fast as possible.
I- The following oil Items are from last
>f evening's Oil Review:
it Yesterday the well being drilled by
- Will Reeso on tho Hen sol farm reached
s the Big Injun wind and fllled up 800
if foot with fluid. The well was shut down
g until the boiler could be moved and tho
i, necessary connections made. Tho well
n will probably bo drilled In some time
to-day nnd the Indications are that It
d will make a goad producer.
if The Henry Oil Company got a well
I- yesterday across the river from Raven
d Rock, but It was Impossible to learn
i- to-day what the well is good for.
~ AXVkrH wn? nxwtvMi In the city this
e morning to the affect that the well
d drilled acrosn thu river from Raven
e Rock In Washington county, Ohio, by
r, Metzgnr and othors had been shot and
- was pumping at the rate of about sixty
a barrels a dny. The well Is a rank wildi
cat, and will open up a considerable
i- block of territory. The fact that this
a well has come In good goes far to bear
a out tho prediction mado by tho Review
y some time apo, that there was an outlet
toward the river from tho Middle
Island territory, and that it would be
(r found that the outlet would be
between Raven Rock and Ben's Run.
[m This opinion was based on the fact that
there hod boon a nloe showing of oil In
? several wells drilled on the Ohio aide,
0 and also in one or two on the West Virginia
The Amos well, drilled In a oouplo ol
days nro by Henderson & Company, la
reported to be making about ten bar?l
rels an hour.
McCoy & Broad waters' well on th?
. Wlegle farm, will be due in the sand
Saturday or Sunday.
is Hoe ft Company's well on the Honsel
Is lease, drilled In last week, was report n
ed this morning to be making ten baru,
rcls an hour.
? All Korti of I<oc*1 Xrwi and Goaalp from
ij. thn Glut Clljr. ,
>a A. A. Wise, of this township, has Just
- received w<jrd from York. Pa., an,e
nounclnff that his prandfather, Henry
ut Wise, who died there probably 60 yean
n ago, held four shares in a bank at York
that had only recently been discovered,
ir His estate had been settled up years
g airo. it was supposed, but a new admins'
istrator was appointed to administer
ji the new-found stock, and it Is now
about ready for distribution. The
bank as reorjmnlr.ed Is now tho First
Natlonnl of York. No intimation ol
the accumulation of all these years Is
" Riven, but it is like finding money for
* the heirs.
County Commissioners Mechem and
Bailey finally settled tho recordershlp
lt for the elK'ht months Interim between
, the terms since the chanjro in the law,
?' bv ajm-elnir upon Recorder-elect A. S.
Taylor, nnd the commlsslonership that
" has heretofore been determined by a
g board constituted of the probato judge,
auditor and recorder was held by the
prosecuting nttorney to be already set*
tied by Commissioner Hart holding
over, ns the board could only act upon n
vacancy caused by death, resignation
or removal. No such vacancy occurring
In this county, there was nothing
IB for the bord to act upon. Thin precludes
Mr. Wine from taking hl? scat until
>f The union revival meetings at the
Klyslnn theatre are attracting great
, nttentlon In thin city and all of the
a, ministers are assisting in the work.
Rev. Mr. Foster Ik chairman of the
' committee on advertising, Rev. Mr.
rt White chairman on invitation; Mr. J,
A. Gailaher, chalrmnn on ilnance; Mrs.
Llxclo Woodbridgo, chairman on music,
and Rev. Mr. King represents the counh
ty executive committee. Rev. O. W,
Holmes preached the sermon last night,
l0 nnd each minister will in turn deliver a
Judge R. II. Cochran, who Is chair?
man of the state board of commerce,
hrm delected the following eastern Ohic
gentlemen ns chairman of committors:
Transportation, W. C. Hergundthal,
Bellalre; mining nnd manufacturing, J,
J. QUI, Stoubenvllle, W. T. Graham.
Bridgeport. Thomas Meant, Martin's
Ferry; labor nnd arbitration, Stephen
Hlpklns, Jr., Martin's Ferry; law, J. D,
Taylor. Cambridge; agriculture, roadi
and highways. J. Dunbar, Steubenvlllo;
commcrco nnd waterways, N. N. Smith,
AVork on the large Catholic church
and school building having stopped
during the summer for want of funds
the congregation here selected to assist
the roctor In the collections and disbursement
of the funds of the congregation
Messrs. L. Gavin, P. J. MeDonough,
W. Bmllloy, C. Gantert, ,T.
Olnsser, L. Stratib. Father Fltxgerald
yesterday received their confirmation
from Bishop Watterson,
, The firemen will hold a meeting thin
1 evening to take steps toward selecting
1 one trustee for the firemen's pension
i Wilson Lytlo nnd Miss Anna Godj
dard were married Monday evening by
U AIUCI !. 1'. vuuim.n.
t An arrest wnn nmdo yesterday evenj
Ing on a charge of theft, which will be
j* investigated to-day.
The Trinity Episcopal congregation
will build a new parish room In the
S roar of the church.
J" Frank H. Archer In Just home from
7 Columbiifi and other points In the intorlor
of the ntato.
, Miss Loin White, daughter of Rev. R.
h o. White, Ih touching Hchool In Washu
J (Jeorgo W. Quoalo, of CJrnfton, W.
i Va? wan the guest of llcv. J. T. Foatei
August liahrn Ih hero from New Can?
tie mingling with relatives and friends.
NO excuse for nleepicnn nights when
you ran procure ono Minute Cough
l- Cure. Thin will rellovu all annoyances,
p cure tho most sever* cough and give
v you rout and lwalth. Can you afford to
' do without It? TiOgnn brug Co..
' Wheeling. W. Va., U. F. Peabody, IJen1
wood, and liowlc U Co.# Uridtfcport, ij.
18 IT A TRIFLE 1
That Common TronbU, Hour BOmnrii,
Kow Known to be Uio C'unw of 8crlon?
i "Sour Stomach," la the common nnmo
for acid dyspepsia, and hecausc It l.*i a
common everyday trouble with many
poople, they havo come to look upon It
as of little consequence, an affecting
I the general health. Nevertheless, the
most serious diseases have their bej?lnnlnjr
from this very condition. It 1h
, caused In the first place from Weakness
of the stomach, which, Instead of
promptly (lliremintf und disposing of the
i food, allows It to lie In the stomach for
, ,1.... n...i?lni> i'flU Mfltir
. Il?)lir? ILTIUCJIlillli, Viiuanih f-.--.
rlHing in the mouth, heart bum, head'
aches, oppression, despondency, dull,
The blood In thin. Impure, and circulation
poor simply bccautw it l? roplen!
Jshed from this mass of fermenting,
half digested food. This condition of
the stomach cannot continue very long
1 without deranging the nervous system,
the kidneys, heart, liver or lungs,
i Which ever is weakest will break down
I'ure blood, strong nerves and musi
cles, firm healthy flesh can only come
from wholesome food well digested.
! "Wood purifiers" and "nerve toics" do
not reach the cause of the mischief,
i The stomach Is the point to be looked
after. The safest and surest way to
cure any form of Indigestion is to take
after each meal some harmless prepa
ration which will of Itself digest food,
i There is an excellent preparation of
this kind composed of vegetable essences,
pure pepsin, Oolden Seal and
fruit salts, sold by druggists under
name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
and tfeesc tablets taken after meals
' assist digestion wonderfully because
they will digest the food promptly, before
it has time to ferment and sour,
and the weak stomach relieved and
? nsslsted in this way foon becomes
j strong and vigorous ncaln.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are superior
to any secret patent medicines because
you know what you are taking
J into your stomach. They are sold by
druggists everywhere at 60 cents per
IImps anil Sllihtpi tu the Thriving City
Actum the Hirer.
Dr. C. O. Probst visited Martin's
Perry yesterday and expressed himself
greatly pleased with the work of
Health Officer Dr. J. W. Darrah. Ho
says the people should give Dr. Darrah
a vote of thanks.
Business Is better at Spence & Co.'s
machine shops than it has been for
months. A twenty-five horse power engine
is being built for Hatcher Bros.,
The Fidelity Building Association has
elected as directors: M. Aldredge, J.
Kerr, Thomas Pugh, G. L. Spence, F.
Zlnk, David Lewis and Lewis Helling.
Mrs. J. W. Scbofleld returned yesterday
from a seven weeks' visit with
her son at Flndlay, and Marlon and
Logan Bros, have taken charge of
the ferryboat at Warrenton. succeeding;
Lewis Jackson, who had charge nearly
George King, Jr., is laid up with a
very sore hand, caused by poisoning
with add at the Actna*8tandard mill.
Mrs. Frank Helnrich and children
returned last night from Allegheny,
where they havo been visiting.
. Council will meet on Saturday night.
The meeting announced for last night
failed to materialize.
Howard Montgomery and xnonms
Howell will return to the Ohio State
John Moran. scctlon foreman on the
Cleveland & Pittsburgh railroad, has
Miss Magpie Pennington went to
Moundsvllle yesterday to visit friends.
Harvey Bedlllon went to Washington,
Pa., yesterday to visit relatives.
M. S. McGrew haa resigned his position
with the electirc light plant.
Charles Williams roturnod last night
from New Castle, Pa.
Work has been resumed at the Crystal
The smallpox bills for December were
Emerson Campbell Is convalescing.
Very Rich Indml
1 In the elements that supply the human
system with bone, muscle and brain
substance is a circulation fertilised
with the supreme tonic, Hostetter's
Stomach Hitters, which begets thor>
ough assimilation and digestion, and
gives a healthful Impulse to every func
a# ??i? iin.lv* r?v*n#*nMn nrui wo a If
ly persons give strong testimony In Its'
behalf. So do those troubled with biliousness.
malaria. rheumatism. constipation
and Inactivity of the kidneys.
NO I.luana like tliean rlirwliero?direct
from Importer unci umiinfncHirer to u*.
See ml. GKO. K. MTlt-'KL & CO.
DURING January we redueo prices to
reduco stock. _ KWING BROS.
KOMI? rlrcunt Jtlnek 811U* to T?.* nolil at a
great nicrlllcr. Comoonrly fortlmni.
8TONU & T1IOUAS.
ONE Minute Cough Cure Is a popular
remedy for croup. 8afo for children
and adults. Logan Drug Co., Wheeling.
W. Va..U. F. I'eubody, Benwood.
und Huwl>? & Co.. llrhlgt-poi t. U. J
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
Almost everybody takes some laxative
medicine to cleanse the system and keep the
blood pure. Those who take simmons
Liver Regulator (liquid or powder)
pet oil the benefits of a mild and pleasant
i laxative ana ionic mat purities ine piooj
and strengthens the whole system. And
more than this: SIMMONS LIVER RHOUi
LATOR regulates tho Liver, keeps It active
; and liealtny, and when the Liver Is In
good condition you find yourself free from
Malaria. Biliousness, Indigestion, SickHeadache
and Constipation, and rid of
' that worn out and debilitated feeling.
These are all caused by a sluggish Liver.
Good digestion and freedom from stomach
' troubles will only be had when the liver
Is properly at work. If troubled with anv
of these complaints, trv SIMMONS LlVtf*
REGULATOR. The King of Liver AleJidues,
and Better than Pills.
/? EVERV* PACKAGED'Ins
tlie Z Stamp In roil on wrapper
J. H. Kclliu & Co., l'hlln.* l*a.
njinW INTBLiUOKNCBR PJIINT1NO
JL oKlablisluniMit. Xi'ut.nrcuratc, prompt.
, What is realiy meant t
predated at our stores
special counter fully 2,
tire line of samples of:
fur/ar u/hirh wr? arifl n
and offer the grand tot
- PRICE, OR ABOUT
GET FOR THEM
TABLE CLOTHS, TAI1LE LINENS, white, I
rnl or blue, in lengths of from \% to
NAPKINS, fHoe?d. plain, Hemstitched,
round, Inrgu and small, at ill prices.
MATCHED KETS-ft nmcnlMcont ns?ortniont?In
urn In finished, rrlnged, plnln.
or colored borders, from '<* -5 to #15
per set; worth double to onj housewife.
SAIjE ON SEC
GEO. E ST
iaf-Won't Send on Approval, Exc
1 yA NTKD?FIHST-CLASS Til I It D
T V Cook, man or woman, for hotel Applf
ntMcLuro Hqum*. de30
WANTED? EVERYBODY TO
know that the Wheeling Business
College Mill reopen January I dcSO*
WANTED-TO BORROW 11,300;
flrst-clnsn real eMato necurlty. ^Ad
dross R. r., caro inicuigencer.
WANTED?WOMAN COOK. NONE
but first-class need apply. HOTEL
WILHELM. H19 Market street. de3
WANTED?APRIL 1ST. C OR 7
roomed house, centrally locatcd.
Address "RENTAL," Intelligencer office.
WANTED-MBN AND WOMEN
uRfnts for an article which sells on
Right. For full particulars address GEO.
W. HARTLEY, VI Ohio avenue, Anderson.
ind. _____ Ja4*
WANTED-TO ' MEET TODNO
American lady. Aristocratic. Matrimony.
Address ARISTOCRATIC, care
of 1*. Macpheraon, 513 Ninth avenue, New
Ycrk City. Ja<*
QALESM AN (MEDICAL)?WANTED
0 to call on physicians with large and luiportautsunjical
vrorx alraoit ready. An exooljmU
Income can bo earned by physicians or
o&ers ofgood add ran. stataaso and oxporieno*.
Lock llox l.VVJ. 1'hlladolphla. Pa. rorl
? ? WORTHYgentlemen or ladies to tratel la
Went Virginia for established, reliable honse.
Salary ITSo and expanses. steady position. Enclose
reicretico and ?olf-iddreaied stamped envelope.
THE DOMINION COMPANY. Third
Floor. <>waha nulldlng. Chicago. no&
1 WANT A MAN
IN KVL'IIY COUNTY TO 8EIJ,
Of 40 Years in Congress aud Cabinet.
'111Q KTCWCat xuia mix.
Sinco -'Uranta Momolrn." A rare chance for
ximiU. Ono man earned 9330 in 16daya; oiben
*40 to 91 S3 a week. No failure* with Ibis
book. Exclusive territory; credit if required.
Ho prompt Addreu
J. \V. J ON 11% Publisher, Springfldd, Ohio.
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING LIMB.
Until January 10, ififtj, the Trustees of
the Gnu Work* of the City of Wheeling
will receive bias for furntohinK pure,
clfun, unxl&ckcil iimo to said works for
th? ncriod of two yoara. All bid# to bo
j>er bushel of W pounds, delivered at the
Gas Works. Successful bidder to enter
Into bond for the faithful performance of
contract, specification# can bo seen ut
the Gas OfTlce. i
The board reserves the right to reject'
any or all bids.
di?a> GODFREY BCHUL. Secretary.
Good location and trade. Cun be bonght
cheap. Inquire of m;, ihiu c,,
Q4'?il HOP Chapllne Street
j^OK BALE OH RENT.
100x100, ON T\VEXTY-N INT11 STREET.
Will crcct a lultahlo building If deilred.
ROLF & ZANE.
jit7 "I Fourteenth Street.
gTOCKS FOR bALE.
I'j shun* chryiul Glaw Company.
i) uliure* Riverside Glass Company.
.'t Whittling Pottery bowls, fl per ocat
loiharci Kxchange Dank.
20 Shares WclUimrg National Bank.
40?haros KoslorU GI&m Co.
JM fthorei ..Ctna-Standard Stool and IronO*
C."; share* Wheeling Stool andiron Co.
:o ihuroi Frailkliu liisuranoe Co.
It & IHWIN*. Broker.
?! <? .No. -4 Twelfth Street
A FEW CHOICE LOTS AT EIHJIXGTOX
Cheap and on Easy Terms.
W. V. HOGE.
oW. f. tv r.anl: HolMlng. 7"J?Mwrk??t Htro?t.
l^OURENr, APRIL 1,1890, NO. 1404
I? Main street. thrac-story brick warehouie.
Inquire of HKN'RV K. LI81. The City Bank of
1NV0 IIOUSCS AT LEATHERWOOD.
Eight rooma oach: modern In ovory !
reaped; have never boon occupied.
de31 J. J. HOLLOW AY.
fl rooniH, hall nnd bath, on necond floor.
lCUl Mil In nlrei't.
FOR IlKNT PROM APRIL 1.
4 room* awl hnll, on third floor, 10C7
Mil In Kt root. J AMI'S L. IIAWLBY,
Hi'til Knlato and Loan Agent,
dc2S IOCS Main utroot.
Rooms for Offices
OVER 1311 MARKETS!.
I Also, for a term of your*, ground 100x40 New
SIMPSON & HAZLETT,
' NO 1.111 M AUKKT STKKKT.
| IIoiiiIn, titocka, luvostiucnUaiiil lii?ur?uea
-GEO. E. 8TIFEL & CO.
. & GO.
>y this term can be fully apTO-DAY,
where we have on
500 pieces LINENS. The en1
large importer and manufaclarge
portion of our own stock,
? . L iu _ mi k ti- a rn inr>nif?
ai at me ivi/\nurm*i ui\ci\ o
HALF WHAT WE SHOULD
DOIME3. Center rioena, Bcarfa, Trny? an
nil other aporlnl atylet fur table or
toilet, la nil tlxe*?only ono or two of a
kind. It you want any como early.
TOWELS?Over r?0 <1 onen??cheap or ex.
penalve, but nil nt the apeclal sale. A
regulnr fair for variety.
EYKIIYTIIINU marked In plain flgurta. to'
you won't liar* much wulUug. Yoa
eu tho bargain at once.
IFEL & CO.
hanged or Taken Back.
HOUSES AIDH00I8 FOR REIT.
No. 1407 Chaplino St., 8 room*, modern.
No. 67 Fourteenth St., b rooms, modern.
No. 105 Fifteenth St., 6 room*, modern.
No. 4!> Fifteenth St., 6 rooms, modern.
No. 100 Twelfth SL, 9 rooms and stable.
No. 11 Sixteenth St, store room and
No. Gli> Main St.. 7 rooms.
No. 70 Indiana St., 8 rooms, modern*
No. 85 Eighteenth St., & room*.
*'?. 1?? PouHnanth S? 7 rrvima
No. 1049 Main St.. 6 rooms. modern.
No. H5 Eighteenth St., 2 rooms, rear.
Stable rear of No. 85 Eighteenth St.
No. 1B"S Chapllno 8t., 2 room*.
No. 1402 Chapllne St., 1 oilier room.
No. 2733 Wood St.. 5 rooms. $10.
No. lir?4 High St., 2 room*. fS.
No. 1166 High St.. 3 room*. Jfi.
No. 127 Twelfth St., 5 room*. *12.
No. 1347 McCollooh St., 2 room*. 19.
No. 123 Thirty-third S.L. 5 rooms, $3.
No. 1314 Market St., office rooms.
House on Baker St., 3 rooms, 9&
RINEHART & TAtUM,
The City Bank Building.
Telephone 219. (Jo7) Room No. 6.
4-story building Nos. 1312-1314 Water St.
Business house Nos. 1(04-1036 Main street
with nine living rooms.
Dwelling No. fi3 Fifteenth SL, 9 rooms.
Dwelling No. 90 Fifteenth SL, 7 rooms.
Dwelling No. 10 Zane St., 6 rooms.
Dwelling No. 1114 McColloch SL, < rooms.
Dwelling No. *5 South FronfatreeL 8
Dwelling No. 118 South Front stroeL G
Dwelling No. 136 South Front street, 6
Dwelling on Florida street, 6 rooms.
Dwelling No. 124 Elm street, ? rooms.
Dwelling No. 35 Virginia SL, 8 rooms.
Dwelling No. 11 South Wabash street,
Dwelling No. 1S8 Fifteenth 8L, 7 room*.
Store room No. lia Main streeL
Store room No. 2101 Main streeL
Store room No. 2108 Main street.
Storo room No. 14i2 Market streeL
Store room No. 1424 Markot streeL
Call for list of smaller houses and offices.. v
holf csj zaxb,
ja7 No. 30 Fourteenth Street
Business house now occupied by ..B.
Schopper, 11GS Main street.
Storo room and dwelling SOS Main St.
Storo room and dwelling 2109.Main St.
9-roomed modern dwelling WSlxteenth
7-roomed modern dwelling SO Twelfth St
7-roomed modern dwelling 138 Sixteenth
6-roomod modern dwelling 95 South
6 rooms 2KB Market street
6 rooms 1007 Main street (Possession
S rooms 121' Main street
S-roomed dwollliur, with five ncrcs, at j
toll gate. National Road.
roomed houne IS South TYobash; good |
brick house; IS 00 per month. (Possession
Several small houses now .vacant for immediate
Offices?Exchange Bank Building.
SMITH & DICKINSON.
Jal Market Street ^
No. 4 Virginia street, 9 rooms and bath, i
No. 8 Virginia streot. 9 rooms and bath,
f3o w. --;m
No. 73 Zano street, 4 rooms and kitchen,
No. 21 North Broadway, 4 rooms and
kitchen, 818 00.
llouaes and Lots nt your own prlco.
______ ' %
HARRY J. FINK & BRO.,
KKAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Telephone 087. No. 1145 Market Street
Hotlsc, 14 rooms, brick. 1Mb St., S6.&00.
Hotel. 24 rooms, Martin's Perry, 0; cheap, oa
House. S rooms, ami 8-rootood house In rear,
Market it, bctweon Tib aud 8th ata, $3,MX
Nov house, b rjumi, largo lot. i$th St., SI.OI ." J
House. 4 room*. '.'Jib nt.. 51.100.
llutiie, 5 rooms. lath st..
House, lo rooms; I'haplluo sc. Contra Wheel*
in*. with lnrpe lot, cheap. onoosy tonus.
House, Grooms and ball, with2 acres, Ploasant
Hotue.Srooins, Centre Wheeling. &W.
House, .h rooms and hull, bsth and bothgaws,
Jacob at., between 15th aud 16th, &MQ.
Hooic. C- rooms and ball, lot 60x100 ft., near
stroet car barn, cheap. 8l.7iw.
Tomer Int. Mud si. to foot front, cheap. 5250. ?.1
1/otsin McMechen. North Hen wood. Olondal?, ..m
Island. Kdglnffton. Park View. Pleasant Valley
und many other lots in and near city. Call and J
House, 5 rooms, brick, coruer lot, 2Jd at,
House, 0 rooms, brick, lot 83x122 it, Chapliae
at.. Mh ward. 87.000.
Hou?c, itroouia and store room. Main at, near
21?t, lot 44x1.1) (u
House,.') rooms, 14th at., 81,600.
I.ot? on Linrt ml . llolrcdoriv 8230 and |275each. j
Huslnoas property on Market at. at moderate
8200, 9900, fvo. $s?, 12,000 and 82,500 to loon on
Tel. ?ia 1730 Market Straftt.
Tho annual mei'tlnRof tho at ockholdar* of th?
Notional Hank of West Vlririuln at Wheeling wilt
W held Ht the lktnkitit? Homo on Tue?daj\ Jan*
u?r> l< !>'.?. between tho bmireof one (1) and
tluro (3) o'clock p. m.. (or the election of dlrector*.
JOHN WAUNKIL Caibler.
nviu ki imi, \V. Va.. Peeetuber 11. W5. dell
The nntninl meeting of the iitoekholdor?
of tho WiioollriK ,t Molmont llrld<:?' Company
will l>o hold at the orttco of the cornpuny
on Monday January 13, lSW. between
tin- hour* of - and < o'clock p. m., tor tho
I election of manaKord to eorvo during tho
I eniuiInK yo.ir.
Jusnri! LAWSON. Secretary.
Wli.'.'lliK. w. Va.. IVV iMCi. de&)
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