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Conch In tb? morning: tickling In III* throat | [ [,
tfjfirult breathing; quickoned jmlao; aborts?a of \
breath; tightness la (be cheat; ohlllineasln the .
vonlng; fovtriiliuoM; thick sxpectoratlon, efery "V'
enn flf tb#M ta a symptom of consumption I
lloro than two thirds of til the death* In Amerl ca
sue cioud by con?umptlon It la almost impoitl- An
bio to euro it in the last atagea, but It ean readily be t'X
checked If taken at tbo atart Pbyalclans alway* WC
recommend a pur* stimulant, and for this pnrpoM
unthing hM equaled Daffy's Para Malt WW ?key. wl
The celotirMed phyeioian. Henry A. Sfott, Pb.D? inj
F.O.8., aays: " Dnfly'e Pnra Walt Whiskey la fraa W?
from fu?ol oil, adulterations or fortng elmpurltiesk \
and thoao qualities should recomuind it to pub lid ~\y
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
stitching, New Spring Shude*, worth fully to
$1.76 pur puir, only
$1.23. s
ira-Ncw linen of KII) GLOVES opened at 25c, ho
[tic, 70c, 91 00, 51 '?> and |1 W per pair. ^
snook & co. :i
Offer a largo and olegnnt lino of PERSIAN 1U<
SHAW I.S at ii reduction of 29 per ceut?
v nil new mid humUome style*. \y|
ii? hmIii??1 liriii'i til dose. I?jl
enormous nalc* ?( LACE and PORTIERE COR- GU
TAINS tl?i? m'iimhi, uro convincing pruofh thut ]10
the public appreciates kooiI quulitk* uud choice (
style* ut popular price*. ,
R**Cuitnln I'otas ami Chains In great variety.
Poles complete from 25c. up. su
. cft,
Offer npeclal values this week In Je'
Black and Colored Urns. Grain Silks, (.a
Surnlis, ftlmduuies ami Failles,
Priestley's Henriettas and wi
i\tins' Veilings, and n"
Dress (Joods of Every Description* jj*
Geo J. Snook & Co. s
II10 MAIN ST. ici
n|?'-'( ?ii
Wedding Presents. ria
*L/,l We havo received since .T?'
January lu now stock oi ^
Silver and del
Brass Goods J
Wedding Presents.
Jacob fGrnbb 1
Cor. Twelfth & Market Sts. ^
Millinery. f?1
- - - - - . - . " . T IrlU.
A. L. RICE & CO. "i'c
Spcclnl Sale nt n Special Trice ol ^
10,000 YARDS I
Beautiful Ail Silk Ribbons f
For Household Pecomtlons. 1
i ' i - lllS
X; dei
The Only Vacant Business Room
On Hanover Htreet, Martin's Ferry, with cellar T
underneath. Enquire of 1
np'Jfi Kxi-Iiihikc Hnnk. Mnrtln'n Ferry. O.
Silir I inciter. ?"
VVT int
=r??... = _ , rm
Otlkei No*. 8a mill 87 Fourteenth Street. u
Neiv Advertisement*. da]
For 8a1o?Rujwy, Ac. Go
A Flr*l-Cln* Suleunan nt Onco. nil
For Kent?A PlenMint Bummer KesUleuco? ?
I. Invln. }}}?
l.lHt'M Kxco'itlor linking Powder. 1 h
Kot-heMer Hunulutf Luini*?Kwing IJro*.
l.epil Notice. Mit
Opera House?MwK'olliu Opera Continue Co. rtfc
Spring uti?l Hummer Stock?A. O. Windier. (
Spring Trod??J<?. Graven ifc Son. ???
Tho ilulmati Adjustable Uaby Carriage?0. C. {*rc
QcutUor. las
M. (lUtmnn & Co.?Fourth page. :,u
Kor Kent?lIuMnew Itoom in Martin'* Ferry? ? /
Head of Local. ail,
. nt
SPRING nml Slimmer Stock jnst re- T\<
celvcd?tlie largest umi most complete thi
In tlie city, runsLstlii{f uf Suitings, I'antnloonlnH
1111(1 Overcoatings. lvlilcli will ; '
lie malic lit! In llie latest ?>f styles mid nt . 1
the loMTOKt reasonable prices. Firstclass
work mill lit guaranteed. Our
tieiits' Furnishing .Department includes i
all the Newest Novelties of the season. "
C. HESS &80NS. !'v
Son. 1321 & 1 S2? Market Street. H'J
Tliormouieter Uecoril.
Tho thermometer at Schnepfs drug
store, Opera House comer,* yesterday, J,0
registered as follows: " * r
7 ?. m m | :t p. so .. oi
VII.UI U 7)1. in 01 110
l'im CO i Weather?Fair. #m
Weather liitlUuitloiiM.
Washington, J). C., April 20.?For J1?
West Virginia and Western Pennsylvanin,
warmer and fair weather, followed
Friday by nun, brisk southerly winds /
becoming high along the lakes. w*
Wylle IteiU'heH lloiutou.
Word has been received hero that the wj
man named Wylie, of Houston, Texas,
whose visit here some time ago, closely f
followed by a detective, created some ex- /,
citcment at the time, has arrived at his jJS
li<iino nt llmiRtnii ill Hiifi*tv. Whothnr .
amicable relations have boon restored ?
1 >ctween him ami his family is not
known, but he was probably still pretty
warm because his mto caused his arrest
here on charges which did not stand in j
t,ourt- Ck
I>r. Stone nml Wife's Arrival. ^
Mr. William K. Elmin, of Martin's
Ferry, who went to New York the other
day to meet his daughter, Mrs. Kate q
ElsonStono, and her husband, Rov. Dr. Mr
.1. Sumner stone, on their return from iin
India, telegraphed home yesterday that sto<
the announcement made here that Dr. est
and Mrs. Stono will arrive in Wheeling vr
on Saturday next is a mistake. The
ship 011 which they left Liveipool will J;j.
not land at New \ork until Saturday, |ta
and the Doctor and bis wife will not be 0th
hero earlier than Monday. his
Jluv the Aberdeen Linen Stationery, I
octavo or commercial, ruled or plain, at Ell
35 cento por l>ox (1 quiro and 1 pack), at con
Stanton & Davkntobt's.
Iter* of Minor Moment In nod About the 1
Iome delicious strawberries were seen ,
re yesterday. '
nquiries are again heard alter the
pet sprinkler.
Cue Grand this evening?Hetty Herrd
Chase as Rag*. J.
)rricxu Gads patrols the Market street
it while Officer West is ofT duty.
i Gurxky cab lost a wheel on North
dn street and gave a lady passenger a
1 shaking up.
PUB nursery men are all getting large
antities of trees in from New York
1 Pennsylvania.
The Germanin Singing Society will
jerve Memorial Day?May 30?by a r
nie on the State Fair grounds. 1
The Charles Sumner Club will meet 11
night at McLaughlin & McGinley's T
ill. A full attendance is desired. r
[Iazkl Higoi.vs, n little girl, fell o
rough a basement window on Thirtyrenth
street and broke her left arm. fl
Veracious people say ice n fourth of .
inch thick formed on still water in
posed places vesterday morn i ng. Tbere c
is a heavy white frost. o
Becky Crimwell got a revolver somelere
and was wandering around want- ?
; to shoot everybody she met. She
18 di?armed and locked up.
Sovrrxor Wilson has appointed John ^
. Mathews and Cyrus lliggs, each of ?
irshall county, and C. A. Shaffer, of ,
lio county, Notaries Public. t
Ladikh who expect to get good seats t
rthe Minnie Palmer matinee on Satur- [
y without buying in advance run a i
rious risk of disappointment. r
riiK flue weather yesterday brought 1
o ladies out in force in the afternoon. t
ie streets were crowded, iu addition '
those who were at the ball game. '
Marv A, Rohinso.v was yesterday ap- '
inted administratrix of the estate of 1
inuel G. Robinson, deceased, and gave j
nd in $300 with William B. Simpson
Joe Diullkr was locked up yesterday ,
OHicer Bell charged with conduct of ,
e most shocking indecency. Ilifl case .
11 be heard in the Police Court this ,
jrning. i
Mb. G. R. Scattekda v, of the Island,
10 sustained severe injuries on the ]
ad by a full on the wharf, has recover- f
sullieiently to return to his duties on ;
o transfer boat. j
Fiiere was no matinee at the Grand \
aterday. Base ball knocked it out.
io "Box of Cash" company closed its |
gagement last evening to the smallest 1
iuse of the season. (
The West Virginia China Company J
ve put in their works a largo filter '
nilar to those used'in Charleston and 1
untington, in this State, for thepurifition
of water for public use. j
Ins Charleston Sta? says: Throe ,
otch miners, with their families, six- j
in in allj arrived in the city this morn- j
gand will locate in the valley. They J
me here direct from Scotland. ,
Morris Bell, James Dalev and Ed- i
ird Brenden, the robbers of the .Sumsrfield
postollice, who were cantured ]
Bamesville, were tried at Caldwell, <
d sentenced to live years each in the I
nitentiury. <
Dan Conrad, lately a barber at Bell- J
*e and before that on the South Side, ]
is city, left home abruptly Tuesday '
ening, and under circumstances which *
id Jiis friends to fear that he has com- j
tied suicide. J
3lebk IIook yesterday issued a mar- \
ge liconse to J)aniel B. Kennv, nged }
a native of Marion County, Yv. Va., J
tl Maria A. Gattney, aged 28, a native j
Doddridge County, W. Va., and resi- \
nt of this city.
V telegram from Theo. A. Ross. c
and Segretaryof the Soveseigu Grand t
dge I. 0. 0. F., was receiving last j
tfit, saying he would bo here to pnr- t
mate in the 1.0. O. F. anniversary to- j
rht at Arion Hall. lie will make a t
>rt Address. I
Attorney John* O. Penm.etox has i
j been retained by officer Jack West i
defend his interests in the investiga- j
n of iiin conduct as a policeman, to be t
,de by the Police and Fire Board next f
?nday evening. Mr. Pendleton says
will insist on a public examination. c
{E8TEHDAy in Part II of the Circuit )
urt the jury in the case of Sophia i
well and husband against William II. i
eib returned the following verdict: 1
lc. gentlemen of the jury, nnd a ver- 1
tfor the plaintiff and place their 1
naees at $150. P. Z. Noble, Foren.
Ciie son of Mrs. Noon, whoso license J
s refused by Council Tuesday even- ^
called at the Intelligencer oflice \
t night and said he had seen Council- 1
n Allison, and that that gentleman 1
lied having used the word "dive" in J
faking of the reported character of the *
on saloon. J
?ou? Htrangcrs, arrested at Kasley & i
aoks' brick yards by Officer Hanabu- c
ker night before last, plead in Police j
urt yesterday morning that they were j,
ployed at Benwood on railroad work c
1 went into the yards to stay all night, fl
ending to go to work in the morning. j
ey were allowed to go. j
n* the Circuit Court, Part I, yestery,
the case of J. M. Voglo vs. Perry 1
odwiu et. al. cams to a sudden end, the
evidence offered on behalf of tho _
lintifT being excluded by the Court. (
e matter of the probate of the will of ?
iry Gallney, deceased, occupied the h
it of the day s session. l
Canton Wheeling No. 4 of the Patri- \
:hs militant, I. 0. 0. F., was instituted ^
t night at Odd Fellows' Hall by visit- h
* Patriarchs from Steubenvillc. After
lournment a superb repast was served VonKeuren's
Dairy restaurant on i
clfth street, strawberries being among V
a delicacies on the menu.
Mn. Fred Williams delivered a plena- ?
i little popular lecture to the young *
lies of tho Female College yesterday, J;
da few outsiders, on the "Manufoc- s
re of Steel." Ilis subject wns handled i
a most interesting and profitable mnnr
and showed tho young ladies thnt
cro was a good deal that is worth hear5
about even so prosaic a subject. I
"Prop." Luke, who was connected in J
u Live Stock Insurance swindle at
whatan with Veterinary Surgeon
ice, has skipped to the bold hills of F
irsliflll county, W. Va., where he is 1
? 1-lljiMlllg Mil- UUIIIM UIUUWS UI lilt*
uny dime. The officers in this see- 1
n are on the lookout for him, and if
is enught he will receive the full ex- 1
it of the la\\\?llcUairc Tribune. fj
llrtglit JItin mul Witty Women g
3an become brighter men and wittier v
men by the skillful use of memory.
0 system of memory as developed e
:l applied by Prof. A. Loisette, 237 t<
th avenue, Is. Y., is the most original o
conception and wonderful in results I
any ever discovered. Taught per- ii
tly by mail. Indorsed by Prof. Kicb1
A. Proctor, Hon. Judah P. Benju
n, Judge Gibson, lion. W. W. Astor, n
jf. K. H. Cook and thousands of other t<
resentative people. Write to the h
)feasor for particulars.
Lnotiikr large lot of Wetzel, Boone,
jckett, Camon, placed in our (50 cent f
tion. By mail 72 cents. 11
Sta>ntox & Davbxpobt. j
Mr. Kenntvdj** l'lnte. t<
lint well known dry gootls store of r
. Patrick Kennedy, at the head of c
in Rtract fiill. is Ihn ln'nt onninrMxl In U
ck to suit all sorts of patrons of unv ti
nblishment of its kind in tho city. P
. Kennedy not only keeps tho bent Ci
ids, but ho aims to sell at tho lowest
ivh. The clerka in his employ deem
pleasure to show goods, and pay any
er attention to customers who visit ?
place. o
* * cl
moons', Thnckeray's, Scott's and tl
ot's Novels in our 35 cent sectiou: 45 h
its by mail. G
* Stanton a Daysspobt, m
\s it was Expected She Would
do?A Good Game Played
rvcral Surprise* ill flic Tri-State
Game* Yesterday?A Fine Gomo
lit Washington-Other Games.
General Bokc Hull Notes,
The exhibition game of baso ball
ilayed at Island Park yesterday afterioon
by tho Detroit*, the World's Chumions
of last season, and tho homo team,
esulted 110 was expected, in the defeat
f Wheeling, the score standing twelve
0 six. Tho game was witnessed by
bout 2,500 people, and up to the eighth
uning it was as interesting and exiting
a contest as any crowd could well
sk for.
The day M as a charming one, warm
ind bright, and just suited for the oocaion,
and the peoplo were not slow to
ake advantage of it. The first arrivals
vere on the grounds as early as 2 o'clock,
iml from that hour up to 3:45 o'clock,
vhen the game was started, there was a
onstont stream of humanity pouring
hrough the gates. The sun seats were
irst filled, and as early as 3 o'clock there
vas very little spuce left hi the stands.
Then the late arrivals had to hunt places
ibout the grounds from which to view
he game. When the gong sounded
ibout two hundred wero grouped in the
ipace behind first base, an equal number
ivero behind third, and one hundred or
nore were under tho apple trees, together
with about fifty or sixty vehicles
uul -their occupants. The ladies turned
jut strong, and as most of them were
ittired in late and fashionable colors
their Htand presented a very pretty and
miniated appearance. The crowd was a
,'ood natured one, and was quick to note
my good play, no matter on which side
it was made.
The home team, all things considered,
ilayed a most excellent gurne. In fact
[hey opened the eyes of the lordly
Leaguers and soon made them drop the
patronizing air with which they started
a to play, and get down to business.
Manager Watkins, of the Detroits, was
ileased to remark after tho fourth
nuing, when Heatin had been knocked
nit of the box, that Wheeling was puting
un great. ball. Three errors, one
jy Dolchantry, one by Van Zant
iiuL one by stapleton were expensive
for Wheeling, ' and she was
uado to sufTer some by reason of two decisions
made by Umpire Sullivan; one
jf which allowed the visitors a run and
;he other kept Wheeling from scoring.
Mr. Sullivan, one of the Tri-State league
:orps, umpired a good game, however,
uul bids fair to be a popular man. He
>vill remain hero till May V.
Nichol made the one run in the first.
He made a safe hit to right, went to sec>nd
011 Delehanty's hit and put-out at
irst, to third 011 a passed ball and home
m a hit by Stapletou who was put out
;ryingto steal second. In the third the
joys dropped on to Ueatin's twirling
n fine style. Knauss hit to right, Otterjon
followed with a terribly hot one to
iliort centre, Nichol flow out and Delemnty
crocked out a two-bagger that
nought Kuauss and Ottereoti homo,
stapleton struck out. Brodie got a nice
jose hit to right and Stephens followed
lim with a red hot throe base hit out to
he apple trees, among the spectators,
some man picked the ball up and fielded
t in thereby putting. the baH in block
iccordiug to the rules. Stephens seeing
his started home where he was cut oil
>y Beatin, who threw the ball to Brough011,
but in throwing it he was several
ect from his box from where, according
o the rule he must deliver a blocked
mil before it can again become legal,
dr. Sullivan did not notice this and
ailed Stephens out. In sliding iu Steihens
hurt himself but not sufficiently
o knock him out. This inning netted
our earned runs. '
In the next inning Wheeling went
iut in a one, two, tnree~ordcr, but it
vtis not deemed aavisameto keep ueuun
u the box so "Lady" Baldwin was called
n. Knauss made the one run made on
lis delivery by means of btuje luts by
liinself and Otterson and a two-bagger
>y Niehoii . 1 ;:
Knauss pitched for Wheeling aml coniderihg
what sluggers the "Champs"
ire did well. Errors by Van Zant and
staple ton, base hits by Thompson and
Baldwin and the hitting of <fDcacon"
kVhito by a pitched ball in the
irst inning, resulted in four unarned
runs for tho visitors in
hat inning. In the fourth an error by.
)elchanty cost a run. The balance of
he runs made were all earned by heavy
latting. In the eighth Yaik had a man
iut at the plate apparently, but Mr. Sulivan
did not allow it; the man would
lave been tho sccond out. It was a
lose decision; two more runs catue in
iter that. Brodie made a flno throw
tome from left in the Mb, cutting
Jroughton out.
The ofllcial score fornished by Mr.
Snglish is as follows: .
niKKMNU. IC.1I1. I*. A K. DETllOlT. 11. II. 1*. A K.
Ittcreon s. ] 2 12 1 KIehWn,2 2 I l I o
idiol, in. l 2 3 0 0 limutliuni.l 2 1 10 l o
>clo!i,ty,2, i i :i a 2 Th'mpH'n, r 2 3 o o o
tajd'cii. 1. 0 1 II 0 2 White. ? 1 II 0 1 0
Irodie, 1.... 1 2 110 Twltchd), 1 1 0 1 1 1
itfiilit'iiN r.. o 1 o 0 0 IU'w'ii.iiAui II 1 1 ii 0
'un/jinta. ?| l l 1 .sdH'nx.'ck,H o o l () 0
'nlk, 0 II 0 3 2 II lk-'rttlii.iuap 2 1 0 5 1
[mills*, p.. 2 2 o I o Uro'Kht'n.c 2 2 io a 0
Total Cj 12 21 U f? Total 12 15 27 21 2
Innings .......1 2 a I 6 0 7 s ?
Detroit A 0 0 1 0 0 2 5 -12
VhccllDR 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0-0
Earned runa?Detroit, 7: Wheeling, ft. Struck
lit?by Ileatln, 4: by Baldwin, 4: by KnniiM, 2.
law* on bulls?off llc?tlu, 1. lilt by bull?by
LnuuiM, 2. Tlirco bflaohlU?Klcbanliton, Thomt>on,
Stcphena. Two base hit*?droughton, Xlchl.Dclebanty.
Double nlayn?Delebanty.Otterxon,
tapleton. I'aased ImllM?Yalk, ;; Uroughton, 1.
'line, 1 :S0. Umpire?Sullivan.
Diamond IMok-up*.
The friends of Jack Glasscock will bo
(leased to learn that lie incoming around
ill right from his attack of malarial fever
ind will soon be his old self.
The Toledo Blade offers $50 to any one
naking a correct guess as to the stand*
ng of the Tri-State League clubs at the
nd of the season. G uesses can be made
ip to June 1.
Mr. L. A. Moore, of tlio Zanesville
aanagement, witnessed yesterday's
amo hero and said afterwards that the
Vheeling boys had put up a better
ame that he had yet seen the iSanesille
team play.
The Detroit* left for Indianapolis last,
vcning. manager walking is reported
o have said that be expected to drop
no of the four games there. After his
'ittsburgh experience he is not claimag
all the carta and its fullness.
It was rumored hero yesterday that
here are to be some decided changes
lade in tho make-up of the Detroit
L'ani. It is said that the management
ins decided to take White from third
aso permanently and hereafter use him
ehind the bat. Ganzel, in tho meanime,
will be given a trial on third, and
n caso of muking a fair showing will
lay the base permanently. The mangement
is of the opinion that White is
30 slow in putting the ball onto the
unner at third, and was afraid to get
lose to his base, fearing the base runner
light injure him. Tho veteran's biting
makes him a valuable man, too
ood to lav ofT. It is said that tho
bange will do tried at Indianapolis.
To*4ay? Cluimjilonitblp Game.
To-day Wheeling starts in tho race for
10 championship i>ennant of the Tritate
League's second season. The first
lub to be met is the one from Toledo,
10 "Future Greats." They will arrive
ero from ZanesviUo this morning,
iarno will be called at 8:46 o'clock,
lorrison and Stenzci will probably bo
WJioelimr's battery, and Toledo may be
depends! upon to put up her beat men,
for like all the other clubs in the League,
Wheeling Is the meat they are alter.
The game will probably be a lively one
and should draw well.
Ten Inning Game at Zanetrllle.
special JHtpcicX to lU InUUlgehctr. ..
Zaxesvill*, 0., April 25.?It took ten
inning to decide the game with Toledo ^
to-day. Zanesville played in hard luck, j,
and went all to pieces in the tenth, when
thoy had a chance to win. The score: J
Zaneavllle 0 2000 21022?94
Toledo 000301300 4-11
Ihue hlU?Zaneavllle. 13; Toledo, 11. Error*?
ZauoHvllo. 10; Toledo, 0. Karncd?Zanesville 4; S
Toledo. 1. Three bate bit?McCunn. Bat- J
tcrlct??Duck, Uumbert aud Leuer; Harney nud t
Dunn. v
A "Cyclone** on Trial. *
Special Dlwtck to the JnUUiocucer.
Mansfield, 0., April 25.?"Cyclone" g
Miller, of the Mansfield team, was in
tho box for Jackson today, on tiial, but I
was hit safely for seven runs in the first d
and thrt'o in the second, when Fitzgerald 0
relieved him, oil' whom no more runs
were made. Tho score: 1
Mansfield .. 73000000 O-tO g
Jneknon 2 0'2 1 1 0 0 0 0? 0 s
11um> lilu?MainltlcM, 10;Jackson, 7. Krrore? '
MuiiHlIcld. 8;.Jackson. b, Uuttcrle*? Kossbcrgh
and FiUtdiuinous; Millcrf Fitzgerald and Miuuc- ,
ban. Umpire?McDermoU. 1
Canton Defeat* Lima EasUy. f
Spjcfal DUpatch to (he Intelligencer, a . t
Canton, O., April 25.?Canton batted
Miller safe and hard to*dayand piled up (
runs with ease. Delauey pitched his J
first game this season and was a puzzler J
to the visitors.. The score: \
Canton ! -1 0 1 1 2 5 5 0 1?10 .
Lima -0 010800.00-41
llasuhits?Canton 10; Limn C. Error*?Canton I
Uina 10. Earned rutis-Cantun. fi: Li inn 3. f
Uuttorii?~For Canton, Deluncy and Hnarp; for x
Lima, Miller and Summers.
Kiilnmnxuo .Shut Out by Cojupibus. ' ,
Special DUpatch to the Intelligencer. }
CoLUMiiUH, O.i April 25.?Kalamazoo \
was entirely shut out in to-day's game, i
being unable to solve Hundiboc's puz- (
zling curves, while the Capital City team 1
literally pulverized Madigan. The score:
Columbus (10000130 s-13 I
Kalamazoo oooouuooo? o<
I&IKC littH?Colutuluts, 1G; Kahuniuoo, Errant .
?Columbus. C; Kalamazoo, 10. Earned rum? \
Columbus, 7. Ilattcrics?Iiuuuiboo andSmitb; ,
Madigun und Wbulcn. Umpire?'Young. 1
At Washington?Tho Olhnr League and
Association tunes. ]
witnessed a great exhibition of bull playing between
tho Boston and Washington clubs here
to-day. It required eleven Inn lugs to decide the
contest, and after n severe struggle the Bostons
won. It was u pitcher's game throughout aud
both di?l admirably. Boore:
Wivhhluxioii, u; Boston, 1. Earned, 0. Error*,
Wellington, 6; Boston, it. Kith, Washington, 6;
Boston,a. Pitchers, O'Day aud Clarksou. Umpire,
At.New York?Now York 8; Philadelphiaf>.
Earned?Now York3; Philadelphia 1. lirrron*?
Now York h; Philadelphia ti. Hit*?New York
10; Philadelphia#. Pitcher*-Welch and Casey.
.Umpire?iMuicl*. Attendance lu.uuo.
At llaltluioro? Baltimore5; Brooklyn 4. Earncd?Brooklyn
-I. Hits?liultiuiore 7; Brooklyu
10. Errors?Baltimore I; Brooklyn 7. Pitchers
?Muysand Kilroy. Umpire?(Jallhey.
At Philadelphia?Athletics 16; Cleveland fl.
Earned?Athletics 9; Cleveland 'J. II11??Athletics
18; Cleveland y. Errors?Athletics V,
Cleveland 11. Pitchers?Wcyhing aud Crowell.
At Kaunas City?Kansas City, fl; Louisvillo, 1ft.
Errors, Kansas City, 10: Louisville, 0. Hits?
Kansas City, U; Louisville, 21. Pitcher*?Toolo
and Bam.scy. Umpire?Docschcr.
At Ht. I.ouU? It was a pUchcra contest and
King hud to turn over the honors to Mullano.
Tho lutter pitched sluudy aud well, while King 1
was erratic in his work uud allowed the visitors <
to bunch their hi w and win the game. St. Louia,
1; Cincinnati, ft. Earned?St. i-ouls, 1; Cincln
natl.2. Hits?7 each. ErroM?tfL Louis,7; Ciu- ;
ciuuati.L Umpire-McQuuld. I
Sklflf Ferries ltivve u Competitor,
Yesterday was (ho first dny sinco tho ,
ball season opened that the ski ft* ferries
.. .1^ 15b..
iiutu imu u tliiiiiLV luuuuutuiiu), iinv
business. The weather has been so cold ,
and the river 30 high, that very few .
have cared about crossing over in the
skiffs. A new competitor entered the
field yesterday in the shape of Capt. Levi
lnglebright. of Martins Ferry, and !
his propeller yacht, and interfered
considerably with the skiff trade. The
yacht is a beautifully modeled craft with
a carrying capacity of about sixty per- '
sons. The fuel used is naptha. and the
speed is almost equal to that 01 a regu
lar steamer. The captain proposes to
sco what he can do in the fcrrying'fcusi- ,
uess. The skiiT men feel anything but
kindly towards him.
"IlngNt the Willi Cnt."
Hettie Bernard Chase opens an en- j
gageinent at the Grand this evening in 1
"Hags, the Wild Cat." The Pittsburgh t
Leader says : Hettie Bernard Chase and t
her clever company crowded Harris* H
Theatre at l>oth performances yesterday, j
ller play, "Rags, the Wild Cat," is full ^
of extremely funnr&nd thrilling situa- 5
tions, and made the biggest hit Known ]
in Pittsburgh for many months. Miss
Chase is a bright, vivacious actress, and
captured her audience from the start, s
her impersonation of Rays being original i
and true to nature. Her songs and banjo c
solos caught minensely, as did Mr. J. C. t
Williams "Mocking Bird" whistling s
solo, which I10 introuueed in the natural 1;
but funny character, Augiut JClote, the s
German farm hand. The company are u
all good. fi
"* c
Tho Crow Mail Robbery Cnno. j
om... T>?*
uwu ui ua-i ubihiiwwi wiun ui
Littleton, indicted for robbing the U.
S. mail, is still pending in the United 3
States Court, but will bo argued this
morning. Tho defense introduced evidence
to show that in his term as postmaster
Mr. Crow had handled hundreds
of registered packages of great value, as (
well as mouey in unregistered letters, fl
and tlmt he had never been blamed with r
tho loss of a cent until it became desira- 8
ble to remove him by charges, when he ?
was accused of several mail robberies
aggregating a little over $50 in all.
, ii
The (lermniilnKiitertainiiient. ft
The concert and ball given by tho [
Germania Singing Society last evening L
at its hull on Market street over tho Pub- n
lie Library, added another to its long e
and creditable list of past musical and 0
social successes. The attendance was 8
good, and the coucert programme was 0
attractively arranged and artistically ren- 8
dered, and after it was finished, tho
Opera House Orchestra, which added
much to tho pleasure of the concert, fur- s
nished fine music for dancing by a congenial
crowd till a Into hour.
? f?
An Elegant Subntltuto \j
For oils, salts, pills, and all kinds of bitter,
nauseous medicines, is tho very
agreeable liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of a
Figs. Recommended by leading phvsieians.
Manufactured only by the Call'
fornia Fig Syrup Company, San Fran- J;
Cisco, Cal. Sold by Logan ? Co., Anton
P. Hess, R. B. Burt and C. Monkeiniller.
At Bellairo by M. N. Mercer. ^
I Thk Woman's Home and Foreign Mis!
sionary Society of the English Lutheran t.
Church will givo an entertainment in
| tho church, on Sixteenth street, on
Thursday evening, April 20. Refresh- Jj
ments will bo Berved and a programme 1
rendered. No admission will be charged. P
Advice to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and "
crying with pain of cutting teeth ? If 18
so, send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. ^
Winslow's Soothing Svhup fob Ciiildbkx
Tkethino. Its value is incalcula- P'
ble. It will relievo tho poor little sufferer
immediately. Depend upon it th
mothers, there is no mistake about it It cc
cures dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates pi
the stomach and bowels, cures wind ci
cholic, softens the pumB, reduces the in- Ci
domination and gives tone and eneiw bi
to tho whole system. Mas. Winslow's gr
Sootiiixq Svbop for Childrxx Tkktii- cr
ixo is pleasant to tho taste, and is the ar
prescription of one of tho oldest and wi
best female nurses and physicians in the T1
United States, and is for sale by all drug- 0'
gists throughout tho world. Price 25 co
cents a bottle, uwrdw in
Capt. Jim McDonald was 70 years old '
lis week. Me is one of tho oldest nnd 11
est known river men hereabouts and is ''
ill as halo and hearty as the best of 11
lem. . n
The new shaft for tho TV. \V. O'Neil is
t tho shop oflJames Iteea's Sons, nt n,
ittsburgli, ana will soon bo ready to u
laco in position on tho boat. It weight *
bout fourteen tons. ?i
Notwithstanding tho largo shipments '[
I coal by rivor that have been uiaiiu t(
om Pittsburgh sinco last Decemlx'r, it ?i
said that tho stock of coal at Cinbin?ti
is by no means large, big shipments
nving been made from there to interior oi
oints by rail. Jj
TheO. W. Batchelor, now plying in In
10 Pittsburgh and Wheeling trade, acirdini;
to Captain Anshntzo, is to bo u
acedln tho excursion business in Cinnnati
during tho summer months,
uptain Anshutz expects to do a big ?
Jsiness, as tho Exiwsitioi) and tbo 1
cat Centennial will draw iimnonso i
owds of people. All the arrangements r
o abont complete, and the Batchelor
ill loave for Cincinnati about July 1st. xi
lere is some talk of placing the Abner ki
Neil, which is owned by tho Bame |?i
mpany, in tho Pittsburgh and Wheel- EJ
g trade, ontll tile Batchelor returns. Di
tnutfen in the City ami Wheeling People
F. E. Zook is at the State Capital. _
Hon. John T. McGraw, the U. 8. Col- '
ictor, is in the city.
Miw Ella Heinlein to lying seriously
11 at her homo on the South Side.
Mr. W. V. Hoge left for Louisville, 1
1st evening, on the lialtiaoro & Ohio
^railroad's Cincinnati expro*.
Frank G. Caldwell left for Muncie, 1
nd., last evening over the the Baltimore
; Ohio Railroad on a business trip.
Col. W. A. Taylor, the well known
pecial correspondent of the Cincinnati
Inquirer, was at the McLure House yeserday.
Mr. J. B. Timberlako, of Jackson, c
lich., a large China merchant, 1h in the ?
ity on business. lie is stopping at the .
Mr. Andrew Wilson and Miss Virginia 1
'eneleton will be married at tho resi- 1
lonce of tho bride's mother, on Twelfth ]
treet, this afternoon.
J. C. Alderson and John L. Rico, of
iVheeling, who have been in the city for
levernl days, left this morning for Big
Sandy river.?Charlenion Gazette.
The family of Major J. C. Alderson
eft the city Tuesday evening 011 the
iteiinier Andes for a lengthy visit to
riends in Monroe and Greenbrier counies.
Hon. G. W. Atkinson has gone to
Charleston, to make an address at the
celebration by the Odd Fellows thero of
he sixty-ninth anniversary of their or
ler to-day.
Cards are out for the wedding next
Monday afternoon of Mr. Edward Beid
ind Miss liesaie T. McCullough, to bo
solemnized at tho residence of the
jride's parents, on Fifteenth street.
Miss Minnie Alexander, daughter of
Hon'; Boss J. Alexander, of Bridgeport,
[vho has been making a two weeks' visit
xj Mrs. Cleveland, at the Whito House,
lias returned to her home. She was a
lassinate of Mrs. Cleveland at Wolles's
Mr. Thornton, of Louisville, Ky., a
brother of Mr. Martin Thornton, propri3tor
of the Brunswick Restaurant, is the
;uest of his brother, his iirat visit to
Wheeling in seven years. He is much
interested in tho Wheeling-system of
street paving with lire brick, and will
lake good accounts of it back with him.
Mr. Thane Miller and his accomplished
wife, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
reached Wheeling last evening and are
,ho guests of Mr. George JR. Taylor, on
Fourteenth "street. Mr. Miller will adiress
tho popular meeting to be held iu
the First Presbyterian church this evening
in tho interest of tho West Virginia
Homo for Friendless Women.
Mr. Will J. Roberts, a liopular Wheeling
compositor, and Miss Maggie C.
Manion, werequietly married at 11 o'clock
vesterday afternoon, at the St. Joseph's
Cathedral, in the presence of a large
number of friends and relatives. After
the services were over the bridal party ]
were driven to the residence of Mr. WU- i
liain Monion, on the South Side, whore ;
they partook of luncheon. The guests <
were only the immediate relatives and
friends of the contracting parties.
Syrup uf Fig*
is nature's own truo laxativo. It is the
most easily taken, and the most eliecti ve
remedy known to cleanse the system
when bilious or costive; to dispel headaches.
colds and fevers; to cure habitual
constipation, indigestion, piles, etc.
Manufactured only by the California
Fig Syrup Company. San Francisco, Gal. 1
Sold by Logan & Co., Anton 1'. liess,
U. B. Burt and C. Menkeiniller. At
Bellaire by M. N. Mercer.
rho Went Virginia Homo fur Frlemllemt .
There will ho held in connection with
the charitable institution a public meeting
on Thursday evening, April 20, in "
the First Presbyterian church in this
iifcy, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Addresses
will be made by H. Thauo Mil- ,
ler, of Cincinnati, and others. Special
u\u8ic has been prepared. On Friday, i
from 10 a. in. to 5 o'clock p. in., the
Home building on Thirteenth street, <<
ipposito the Children's Home, will be (
jpen to visitors. All persons interested (
in tliis charity, both ladies and gentle- i
nen. are cordially invited to call during
.he day. ]
Slay Festival Excursion.
The steamer Andes will make an ex- j
mrsion trip to the Cincinnati Musical
Festival. Leaving "Wheeling Tuesday, l
May 22, 1888, at 3 p. ni., arriving at Cin- '
linnati Thursday, noon, returning Fri
The river is still falling slowly at this n
oint. The marks last evening indicated ?
depth in tho channel o? 7 leet 2 inches; 'J
Tho Scotia is duo up at an early hour
iiis morning en route from Cincinnati
> Pittsburgh and the Fashion is due
own in tho Rnmn trndo.
rhe Rush to buy Minnie Palmer
Tickets Yesterday.
'op Friday NitfhL I)own-?talrg, and
the other two Performance# arc
also woll Patronized by tlio
IxsHt People of Wheeling.
When the Wheeling Opera Houa
pens Friday night for Miss Minni
.'aimer's initial performance in Wheel
new nt "D o:..*-.- ? It ?m1I k
ug ui ilijr liiuuit'l BOIBWI, lb w
0 "standing room only" downstair*
Pho solo of seats opened at the Oper
Souse box office yesterday morning at
j'clock, and for several hours there wa
1 jam and crush of struggling and push
ng men and boys about the Marks
street entrance. When this was gon<
jo was every seat downstairs for Friday1
performance. The seats in the galler
will bo on sale to-day for theFridn
evening perfonnanco. A good numbc
of fair seats for the Saturday matinee un
ovening performance remain to selet
from. There never was a precede!
in Wheeling for tho excitemer
the coming engagement of Miss Palme
lias created; everybody is cnthuscc
While a big rush was looked for yeste:
Jay morning, nothing was counted o
like what occurred. Boys were in lin
it the Opera House entrance as early i
linlf-past twelve o'clock Tuesday nigh
When the lino was pretty well formei
men began to come in aud by superic
muscle hustle the boys out of the
places. To prevent injustice to thoa
who had spent the whole night in pos
Lion in order to get an early choice yei
terday, tickets were issued to those o
band shortly ufter four o'clock, and 1
all applicants up to tho time for the sal
to open. This system secured justice t
ill, out it caused some "kicking," eithc
because it was misunderstood or bccaiu
it did prevent injustice.
The strange part of it was that even
body insisted 011 having seats for Fr
[lay night, when they could have waite
Lill the rush was over and bought th
preferable scats for tho Saturday mat
nee, and witnessed the same perforn
fcnee in every respect with much moi
comfort. Some seats for Friday nigl
were resold at $2 to $2 50 each yesterday
Some of the disappointed ones wer
my at luiuiiigiu. xijih w in give excur- ^
iionists time to attend three concerts,
raro for the round trip including board t
rhile in Cincinnati: From Wheeling, l
>10; Parkersburg and Marietta, $7;
tavenswood, $0. {
A Oo<Hl Nur*o
hoiild not hesitate to wait uuon those c
il with sucli diseases as small-pox,
liolera or scarlet fever. ThoVo is Uttle \
o bo fi*aml bv norsons waiting on the :
ick if they will use Darby's Prophynctic
Fluid freely. In sick-rooms "it \
hould bo exposed on a plato or saucer, ^
ind the patient sponged off with the a
luid diluted. For safety, cleanliness and v
omiort in the sick-room the fluid is in- t
lispensihle. mwpaw j
Bask Ball Goods, Fishing Tackle, J
^awn Tennis. Croquet and La Crosse nt
Stanton it Da ven pout's. c
Worth Knowing. \
Mr. "VV. 11. Morgan, merchant, Lake }
/ity, Flo., was taken with a severe Cold. I
ttended with a distressing Cough and J
unning into Consumption in its first *
tages. Ho tried many so-called popular ?
ough remedies aud steadily grow worse, J
Vas reduced in flesh, had difliculty in tj
ireathing and was unable to sleep. Fiiallv
tried Dr. King's New Discovery
or Consumption and found immediate
elief, and after using about a half down c
rattles found himself well and has had .
10 return of the disease. No other remdy
can show so grand a record of cures t|
s Dr. King's New Discovery for conuinption,
guaranteed to do just what is y
laimcd for it. Trial bottle free at Lo- a
an & Co's drug store. 4
KIVKIt xmvM. J
toge of the Water and Movement* of the
The W. N. Chancellor passed up be- V
)ro daybreak yesterday morning with a a
ig trip on board. n
from tho city to got seats, that a soial
number of seats upstairs were reserve
[or their benefit. Tho other caller
scats can bo reserved to-day for l'rida
evening's performance by those wh
prefer. Tho prospect is that nearl;
every seat for each of tho threo pei
toruiances will be sold before tho hous
At tho matineo Saturday, every, lad
in tho audience will receive a lovel
souvenir. .Saturday evening twolv
Wheeling children will sing tue choru
of a popular song by Miss Pulmer. The
will bo trained by her own musici
director. Tho "kids" will also enact
pretty see-aaw scene.
Tin cm wt ant Songs, Gospel Hymn
NTo. 5, Epworth Jiymnnl, Gospel Choi]
by the dozen or single copy, at
Stanton & 1) a ven pout's.
/Vll Sort* of Locnl News uiul Gossip Frot
tlio Gins* City.
M. E. Pearson is homo from Findlay,
Mr. W. T. Rufer is hero from Fiudlay. Ill
father is very sick.
Sir. Hunter, n prominent lawyer of Wood
Held, was here yesterday.
Tho young Democrat** met and organized
marching club last night.
About seventy-flvo people went to Wheelin
[rom hero to see the game oi ball yesterday.
Miss Carrie Cobb*, of New Athens, passe
through here on her way to California yeste:
Michael iFeeny, tin old saloonlst here, he
mil the business, and several others will folly
Mr. Porter, of Porter's Incline, was here o
luslnesa yesterday, conuccted with his fins brlc
About 830,000 have been raised instead (
flu,003, as mentioned yesterday, for tho natun
pis project here.
RCV. J. II. Itogors, formerly of this city, w?
lero yesterday, and assisted at the funeral t
Mrs. Sattcrflela.
A saloon roan here refuses to aid tho natuw
raw project because all the men at the head of I
ire teni|>eranco men.
Will Moore, of the Stamping company, ha
he index finger of his right haud maslieu coin
detely off yesterday.
Tho Baltimore it Ohio Car Inspector, Vn
ilutz, and Miss Cecelia Cough lan wero marriei
>y Iter. It. P. Heeler Tuesday night.
Receiver I. H. BaTgoon, oi the BeHalrc, Zano
I lie & Cincinnati Itallwny, was here yes ton In
in business connected with the railway.
Rev. It. P. Heeler married at tho National lie
el yesterday afternoon Mr. Charles Meyers am
dins Annio Gray. They havo gone to Newark
heir future homo.
The old lady tho Intelligencer mention?
esterday morning as coming from Maine t
Vheollng, isused through hero yesterday, lie
on having moved to Zuncsvillc.
It was reported here that a mad fireman hm
rhipped his engineer very severely while com
ng down tho hlU from Harnesvlllo with th
h rot tie wide open. No uaraes were learned, hu
t was a ven* thrilling experience for tho engl
leer. He, It istlaimed. Insulted the fireman ii
ome way.
The School Hoard appointed tho following
ommitteeson Tuesduy night: Finance, C. BIr
His, M. Huffman and G. W. Yost: Salaries, J
\ Kelly. W. C. Hcrynndthal and C. Itippus
:exl Hook and Apparatus. M. Huffman, C. nip
his and W. c. Bergundtbal; Buildings, W. c
Icrgundthal.G. W. Yost and J. T. Kelly; Fuel
. T. Kelly, M. Huffman and G. W. Yost; Bill
tid Claims, J. T. Kelly, Itippus and Yost: Janl
on, Blnpus, Yost and lluffmau: Rules, Her
undthal, Hlpntis and Kelly; Printing, Huff
lan, Herguudthal and Kelly: Library, Yost
luffmau and Bergundtbal. This took up al
bo time of tho meeting.
' Martin's Kerry.
John Moore, Esq., of Steubonville, is in tin
Ity this week on business.
The plate mill at tho /Etna will start up to
ay, after a week's idleness.
Mr. Samuel Groves is spending a short vaca
Ion from Wooster College with his parents hero
The funeral of Mrs. Jacob Becker took plae
estcrdav afternoon at 1 o'clock, and was large!'
ttended. The Interment was al Mt. ZIon.
Miss McDonald lectured on temperance las
light at the M. K. church to a fair sized audience
ier discourse was yery entertaining and intei
llaltliuoro I'rovUUm Market,
Baltimore, Md., April 25.?Wheat, westen
asicr and quiet; No. 2 winter red spot 8V%c
lay 8V?iaOOc; Juno OlaOlWc; July wUairoZo
iiigust Wj^e. Corn, western firmer and dull
ilxod spot03o bid: May 5t%aG0&; Junc&okc
latsflrtn and oulet: western white 42at:!c; <ii
ilxed JJiHUOc. Rye 11 nnat 70a7.V. Butter steady
restcrn jiackcd Ma22o: creamery 23a27c. Eta
Catarrh to ComA.
Catarrh In its destructive foreo stands next t<
ad undoubtedly leads on to consumption. Itii
lerofore singular that those afflicted with thli
arful disease should not make it tlie object o:
icir lives to rid themselves of it. Dcccptiv<
:mcdlcs concocted by ignorant pretenders tc
lOdlcal knowledge have weakened the confl
enco of tho great majority of sufferers lu all
Ivertised remedies. They become rwdguod to n
fo of misery rather than torture themselvci
1th doubtful palliatives.
But this will never do. Catarrh must bo mcl
l every stage and combated wiUi all our might,
i many cases the disease ho* assumed dangerous
mptoms. Tho bones and cartilage of the nose,
ic organs of hearing, of seeing and of luting so
lecied as to be useless, tho uvula so elongated,
le throat so inflamed and Irritated as to tiro
ico a coiiMiam ana uistreiwiug cough.
Banford'h Radical Curb meets every plume
Catarrh, from ?Dimple head cold to the most
athxoine and destructive fitawe*. It U local and
institutional. iQDtant in relieving. permanent
curing, wife, economical and never-failing.
Each pitckage contain* one buttle of thu IUDIilCTRE,
one box Catarrhal Solvent, and an
ii'Kovrd Inhaler, with treatise; price fiOti.
Potter Druo <& cuexical Co., Boston.
a How My Side Achcs!
&K Aching Sides and Ilack, Uip, Kidney
Wjj ami Uterine Pains, Hheurontic, Hclntlc,
gsekXeuralglc, Sharp and Shooting Pains,
r^fllrclieved In one minute by the CirricuRA
jti-Pain Plaster. Tho first and only j?aiu
lllng planter. A perfect, Instantaneous, never.
Ung antldoto to polo, Inflammation and weakm.
Especially adapted to relievo female wuakwa.
At all druggist*. ifc"? eentt: of Potter
ico ANp CtUXICAl Co., IfcwtOU, apJ-mtluw
M. Gutman it Co.?Clothing.
ilYl. UU 1 IVlAli
; "==& CO.="
i Men, Boys and Cmldreii
s All tbe Ming Stores in tbe City Combined
X^Exami nation will convince
iyou that they carry the BEST
? CLOTHING obtainable, and that
I they sell them at from 15 to 30
J per cent cheaper than any other
I Store in town.
>: X^Don't buy till you have
seen our goods and prices.
| Six Floors. | I Retail Department. |
Mammoth Clothiers.
B- '
a Amusements.
: minnie palmer:
Ttie Most Popular Theatrical Star In the World To-Day.
n "She sings like Pattl." "MY SWEETHEART"
k "She acts like Bernhardt," " Has pleased the people
"She dances like a Fairy."' TC3 Of three Continents.
>[ "The best plays." "My Brother's Sister"
1 "The strongest company." T%./T Charms Everybody.
m "The finest dressing." iVJLa Don't forgot to see both.
?f "The prettiest songs." Hear the children sing.
^ "The greatest hit." See the $250,000 Diamond!
J Wheeling Opera House!
j "My Brother's Sister," Friday Niglit anil Saturday Matinee.
h "My Sweetheart," Saturday Evening.
: APRIL 27 -A.3STD 28.
Afltnltwlon 75 and 50 ccnts; reserved seats $1.00. Sale of scats opens nt tho Opcmllo?
Pox Oflki; Wodncwlity morning, April '25, at 8 o'clock. ?l L
J ? ?
?r Wall Paper?J. C. Orr.
; Wall Paper! Wall Paper!
Tho undersigned Informs his friends and patrons, old and new, that he 1ms
0 just opened a FINK and HBLECT LINE ol
Dlreot from the Manufacturers, at
-No. 41 Twelfth Street,-- I
(Formerly occupied by tho Underwriters' insurance Company.) U
Fine Papers for Wall, Celling anil Decorations a Specially. Conic ami we.
i J". Gmrt7
Agent for A. C. 0rr._ B3
B Boots and Shoes?James Divine. I
Rare Opportunity for Shoe Buyers?
(lOOrt11 Broken lots of the best Boots and Shoes anil
? UOfl offered to Close at unheard of prices, to make roo'H
t for Spring Goods. EH
: JAMES DIVINE. 1107 Main Street. B
i, Wanted. For Bent
: >Y TI.EMHN wml nKiTn? lor lodging. Hut ? Krcol, ou? dMlrabte ro.ttt wl"'"U|
l? ccnlmlly looted. Addim "BV" &>x W, l'"H"*'o" Innm-dlMi-ly. !E! |D
; ?!!? ?l?i_ 17on KENT ? THE PWKI.UM;
" WANTED?A GIRL TO DO GEN- -E Hou?No.?28U.lri.irMt ?i |.n??;; . M
. VV EIIAL HouKwork. ,Uu?t como well re- T>)?d W Mr.. Hew IIMUMtoM " I
- commotidwl. Kmiulrn rtl BAMUEL WOOD- Klv" April 1. Apply lo II. 1. I'A Ul.ll..
COCK'H. Ilrlilycimn. olili). iipW T7T 0 R ItENT?Tllli DKSIli.llM^B
OCKAl'IIFR anil Tvnourltor OiMTHtnr 01 present ?>cciljiied liy Jolill H. MeUini. '1 ; If a
> s ?|
' TXT"ANTED?A GOOD GIRL FOR> No. m Klcvemh mrctt. B- 9
' u kitchen work; rount eonVc w>U Tccom-1 Thrift bpvt
[ mended. IIouho clefltiiDR over. Apply ?t 1122 H KL'n'
5 ('Impllnc street In the forenoon. ?pM
' "Vf ORE MEN WANTED?TO SELL Follr (*) K"0"18 ?l Mm""1 V"II|,j' j
; and iSSW-^w b rsasfti-s1 [?
J S..oK.l..g.u.,?^,, Co., .S=,.,
Two First-Class Coatmakers.
Stcjuij. \rork all year around. A good Hitua* ^Ono Fivo*roomed Houm) on Twentieth trccli ,
uuu iwr iug rigni jxirucs. Auurvm ?ii/ w.
C. FRANZ, Lodging Booms In Ball y'nWock.
fanonnbtirg. Washington To.. Va, H FORBES.
=^=S= ? np2l ^lt-' Ch)t|illii''Mr'lL_
Stockholders' Meetings. t-,ok kent_ |
jS^TOCKHOLlJElW MEETING. ThoStore-room,No.MTwclIUntrect.In*'"11 O
Omceop Till: Wumixo Smtui Om Co., ) ln*ton BnlWIof, onmpW h! 3
Wheeling, \V. Va., April24,1KH8. \ Shelb. Possessionglvcu April J. iw.
..T^S annun' meeting of the Htockholdcr* of J. V. L. ROIK5KK3,
** "eI<l Mt lt* fleaeml otlhv, Secretary Wuhlagtott Ball slatlon,
No* Cbapllne treet. on Monday. M?y 7. IN*. ^ h i!a? Main Mrcct._ i
at 10 o dock h. in. Trnnifcr ImjoIch will bo cloncd ? ? ...
from April 30 to May?. both InnluMvc. T?OK RENT. W.
P'-a WM. J. DIKIIL, S<crct?ry. X V
a rr TMvn, ? A New Thrco-itory BuMnea Hotiw, 100 feet
A LL KIN DS OF deep, to bo erected at 1067 Main street I'lc4icd
KuUruA pron^j?i??ti ?uho ? a"""110 vlcw' <*U|J ? ,r :
Daily Jntuojoknciu Job Okkice, gsrdJng plan of building to bo erected.
?n.xud? Fouru^uih itrcet. J?2 JAMKd L. IIAWLEV.

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