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r? jtlu Crew Wm the Favorite and Battero Gave Big Odds. 8!II TO EVERYBODY'S SURPRISE, Ite Ilarwinl Crow Cnmo Out In the Gri-.it Boat Knee Eleven Lengths .\hcntl?H|K>rtlnff Xewt From All Scidoiis-Friilnjr'n Ilaccbnll Game*. yew I.ondon, Ct., June 20.?Tlio ?ix^utii annual iour-mile, elglit-onr, ' .V. v?l? j;nii:!it-:?way race uctnccu mv ?u>u tf,I Harvard University crews was , this noon over tho Thames courso ;pmi Vi'inthropji'oint to Gates' Ferry, B,1 mi won by Harvard by ole'ven Time, 21:28; Yale's time,21 :S7. Heri-C' r l now stands: Yale, nine vic(1,Hm and seven defeats: Harvard, victories and nine defeats. Yale the time record. il,.rvr.id'*placky victory is tho blg w?:jnrjrriw ttiut has occurred in eels'...... ithlrti for many years, 'l'ho good a'liter i rowing conceded tho race to Va almost to a man, and so strong wus 1.;- -f.-itii:.-iit in favor of Yale that . Yale money left at tho pool;. i.i-v cat uncovored even at odds of j!W lo $70 and $100 to $00. rViUKO SPECTATOltS. liar :nl look [lie lend at theslartand ; ! il I with a rush, and as their k.-H went :i!u'ad tho crimson eupport(P! on the observation train and inLiuierablf steamers # became frantic *jt!i oxi iiomcut, which, as Harvard m ! to vain a commanding lead, p ti to increase. As thtfexciteixv. rpn'.'i'l, pome more reckless work fas by trie various steamboat eap?ins. There wore two collisions, and tl. i*. 'here were no serious results is matter of good luck. The ft the finish were of the most i. . . .tatter, tho Harvard men boii: v :. ! with joy, while the thousands of Vr.l's supporters wero decidedly crest?r their unexpected "defeat. ; ? : along the river wore of the r. k'iKiant am! lively chvncter. ] ' nervation train of thirty-five cars an immense croud, while at ;...... seventy-five steamers, stenm ti'l 1 i;- sailing yachts either fol 1 the crews over the cbltrso or were aa: ! in dccirahlo positions. The fuv.-r.Jili' places a Ion j,' the west bank icre&ko crowded with sightseers. TUCfiTAItT. At VJ: 10 the crews were at once cnut. lam! given the* word. Harvard : ilio water lir.-t and setting a fast fir- oi 40 at once pushed the bow of th- ;i i'o;.t slightly in front. Yale start.! ' - tn.k.-s and though they nut ; . ..i <!.of power in their strokes t!;e Yale boat <Iiil not move as quickly r was expected.1 Harvard held her L-t tfreko lor a short tiineoBoth crews !ii"ii m" 11 i flown. Kach crow gave a jxtv fxhmition of rowing, laies : much inferior to that seen in ti, T-'uilv practice. At iii.? "linlf mile Harvard led bv a i-li-.ii Ifiiirth, Harvard pulling 88 strokes an'i V. !i :'.i. the time being: Harvard, : , Vale, 2:!M. Time at the mile: II ir?l. Yule, 5.11.. From the j:i;. io !'..< mile and a half Harvard ciitiitui'd to jrnin, and it became a questi-;. ?: how many lengths Harvard ii i-.'ii uat Yule. At the mile and a 1 ILirvar 1 was pullin# 30 and V '>>. Time at this poiut^?Harvard, Y:.U% 7 : >">. .ntlio next half Harvard, by strong I r!f...ly work, increased their lerta t ! ii-'tln. At tho two-mile flag 1: ?r.!'r timo was 10:11 ntul Yale's ! i Harvard pulling 38" strokes and V ' :*>. At tin- two and one-half miles r ii.i I ^ainert an additions! threo Time, Harvard 12:55; Yale \3\. the fini.sir. Aft r; assing the thive-inilo flag IlnrTjnikoji! up their fast stroke, pulling it very cleanly, and increased the lead v.ntilat tin- threo r.nd one-half flap they I- < u'joil lead of ten lengths. Time, t u\\ one-half miles, Harvard Iv'-""; Yale lSw?. i r pacing the three and one-half* il 'jr bi tli crews settled .down for anurt, and here again Harvard *! "1 tii.'ir superiority in every way i r !.? N<uv Haven crew. Both crews v . 'loin? excellent work, but Har* : .. 1! continued to show a steady * : ?l they passed the linish pulling ] a minute, while Yale, ll lengths behind, rowed Ji7. Harvard's I crvw it once to their quarters ui.'i Yak- p.'.'Miod up to Gates ferry. FKlDAY'S BASK B.VUU L*mi;uc unit Association Game* Playt?<l ] Yenlrrilnjr, riie Browns won ! a jM4-hamll?*tl "nine from the Cincinnati. today bv phenomenal batting. Score; i "iii- o 3000210 n?ir? W-' ?M5lU -..0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0-4 Krn ! >.and 5. Hit.-. 10and 0. FitcliNVul uiui Mains und Kelly. Karned Tan 11. I'mpiro, Davis. June 20.?Chicago won today's ^auc rather easily, by good and rtuno batting. Score: y CO _..o 4 2 0 0 1 0 1 a?11 1 ""ti 1 2000004 0-7 Krror*. 'i and i\. Hits, Mnndll. Earnf| nd ). Pitchers, llutehison and lUiines. Umpire, Lynch. *'i vvr.iwi?, 0., June 20.?The local team pounded the ball all over the : .' -kinjj King out of the box in ti'" ilfili inn Si'ni'o J 1 0 ' H 0 0 0 *-14 i 2 0010000 2? ft I Hits, 21 and 8. Errors, 5 nnd 8. I I n i.tlandl. Pitchers,Young,King t-l Maul. Cmpiro, Uattin. I Nv.v Yt June 2(1.?Boston and Now York could not play hero to-day be o e of rain. I ..^''.' vnelhua, Pa., Juno 20.?The I * defeated Brooklyn tills afterI ]j n in lk cloae and well-played game. "V 'Tc: I ?> ? ? o 10100100-3 *- ll.l;!.* 0 2000101 "-ri I ,rr1 and 2. llitt?, 8 ami 10. I : 1 ' and 2. Pitchers, Terry and v-asjiaa. Umpire, llurat. I .^'amunutox, June 20.?Unfair do cxr.jiaby the umpire helped the Ath \ -vin to-day's game. Poorer I )*'!' -,rtn ~..o" 10000010-2 V J) o o l o o n x- 4 I 1 rs,2 each. Hits, 7 and 0. Earned I';'nd Umjilro, Ver^nson. ' -,( i!-ov and Wchiutr. ! ; v Mass., Jane 2i*?.?Nufflnton !' . new slow ball to-day and the l>rr.il.l not'touch it. Scoro: I v ^...o o o a o 2 10 0- 6 oooiooo-i , * ind 1. Hit., II an.l 6. ?, llufllnton, Madden and Cnn 1 nned rum, Hojtnn 3. UUiI "\si: n.\u< gossip. I i T T.;"' Corcoran it boinj ftBatgejl by I ' u n .-.ia>tr with (ailing to do his bc?l ?, for the team. He in threatened with discipline unless he improves. Bowman, Anson's catcher, bos had but one chance in' two games. Listless liuMing is all due to lack of discipline. Anson makes bis players bustle around. "I'll bo satisfied with two out of the four," said President and Manager O'Ncil Tuesday night. Deacon Jim White has been on the diamond twenW-Uve years. He began playing at the close of the civil war. Hrokaw, the groat catcher of the Princeton base ball team, was drowned nl j-.weron, >. j., inursaay, wane trying to rescue three ladles from drowning. IJonon, tho young Chicago catcher, was released to Kvanjvlllo. Anton, however, has a string to him, and reserves the right to use him in case o( need. Director Robinson, of tho New York club, is interested in the iron business, and consequently mude a bet early lu tho season tbat Pittsburgh's stars would beat out tho Giants. Now be can't do enough "hedging." President Hart, of Chicago, is circulating a petition asking for an amendmont to tho rules which will allow the managers or an extra player not taking actual jrnrt in the game to stand on tho coach line. A Cincinnati player who talked to many Pittsburgh players, says they'told him they wero sore on I (anion for many tilings. ' He would kick when they didn't sacrifice, and yet go up himself and try for a hit, when it would bo base ball to sacrifice. Accident at Kaiuas City Knees. Kansas Citv, Juno 20.?The weather was warm and fair to-day. A great crowd visited the races. A serious accident occurred in the first raco in which Jockey Drain received injuries that may cost him his life. The ten horses.whieh wore in the racc wcro coming down the stretch in a Rood hunch, when Van S.. riddon by Drain, ieit Ills feet and fell. Throe other horses stumbled over him. Drain was extricated, a* wore tho other jockeys. None were injured to any extent except Drain, who is still in a precarious condition. is'ono Of the horses were hurt. First race, half a mile, Tramp won; time 51. Second raco, half mile, Virginia won; time 51 f. Third raco, one mile and seventy yards. Wild Koso won; time 1:40. Fourth racc, seven furlongs, As key won; time 1 :'W1. Fifth rnee, five furiuugs, Vidette won; time 1:03j. .Sixth race, five furlongs, Mawio M. won; time 1:03). Chicago'* Fatal lliice Trnok. Chicago, June 28.'?Tlie day wnj perfect and 7,000 people saw good races at Washington Park to-day. Tho day's en: ..i .1 H?. ? ,.?;i in tlio iirst rate. Slisa filxie, ridden by Tom Hritton, struck herself whilo in the back stretch and fell. Britton was thrown against the fence and was seriously injured. Tho boy was removed to the hospital. Later it was reported that he lmd sustained a conclusion of tlio brain and was in a serious condition. Only a week ago the horse High Tariff- tell dead on tiiis track. l'irst race, three-quarters of a mile, Kenyan won. Time, 1:10. Second race, one iailo, Yale won. Time, 1:42( Third race, one and one-sixteenth luiios, Joe Blackburn won. SFifiio, 1:4S|. Fourth race, one and ono-eijjhth miles, Bride won. Time, 1:50}. Fifth-ruco. mile and seventy yards, Faithful won. Time, 1:40j. Sixth race, one and one-eighth miles, Bob L, won. Time, 1:50J. Shoi>]?fl!ieail Hsicos, SinarsiiEAn Bay, N. Y., June 20.? Racing was continued here to-day before a crowd of ab?iW5,00Q persons, who in trying to keep cool and at the same time pick winners had a bard time of it. First race, one mile?Drizzle won. Time, 1:41 3-5. Second race,five-eighths of n mile?Airshaft won. Time, 1:09. Third race, one mile and a furlong? Bormucft won. Time, 1:5fl 1-5. Fourth race, seven furlongs?Fairy won. Time, 1:2S 2-5. Fifth rnco, seven furlongs? Lynn won. Time, 1:284-5. Jockcy Garrison'* Sn*j>cnftinn. rinw yohk, .nine st.?j no license 01 Jockey"Snapper" Garrison was revoked bv the lionrd of Controlyeatordny. Scenitary Vosburgh said it was on "gonerai principles." The board has been investigating Harrison for the past three day* at his own request, lie had been criticized by all newspapers for his riding of Jtidv'e Morrow last week. It is thought Garrison was ruled oir for betting on races, for the board has just issued a noticn that the licenses of jockovs who bet upon races will bo revoked, and that any porson making a bet with or on behalf of a jockey will bo ...i..] .(t ?1.~ nn.,n.-n i Utt'U Uil Hiv hWIHQVi A Tiona: lllcyclo Trip. ITei.cs'a, Mont., J hup 20.?O. A. Gilpatrlck mid Henry Panniekn loft Helena yesterday on n bioyclc trip to 0hi> eago". A delegation of wheelmen accompanied them several miles out of town. Tlioy will follow tlio Northern l'aciilc to Hismarek and will then cut across the country to St. Paul, going from there to I.u Crosse. thence to Milwaukee and down the lnko fhore to Chicago. They expect to lie on tile road forty days. -Mr. baiwkke'a homo is in Chicago. AMONG THE PUGILISTS. Hito Pockham, now instructor at the Austin, l'a., club rooms, wants a fight with a 140-pound man for $1,000. Betting has coinuieneed in Chicago on the I'itzsliiiinons and Hall tight,ana the former in the favorite at $100 to $30. There is a possibility of Messrs. Dunn i t,. .i ,1... f ite Club ami trying to pot things undor way at the Puritan Athletic club house iu l/>np Inland City. lack ltohin, who recently defeated lUlly Young, of Baltimore, in twentythree rounds, writes to the Putin Gawltr that he is ready to arrange u inutcli with .Mike CuBiildjjj Billy Lacey, or any light-weight pugilist in America, at 12(> to 123 pounds, for $300 or $1,000 a sido. _ lolui B. Alley Full*. Boston, Mass., June 26.?Hon. John 11. Alley, of Lynn, has made an assignmeut for the' benefit of his creditors. This is an individual assignment and niacin nil his assets in the hands of Mr. Knowlton, who is also a co-nssisneo for tho creditors of Alley Brothers ?fc Place. The liabilities of John B. Alley.are$>)00,000 to $000,000 (which in oartiallv or wholly secured), owed to tno firm of Alley Brother? Place. and a small indebtedness outside of that amount. The assets of overy description arc turued into tho assignee. How well we remember grand mother's attic. si? fngrant with medicinal roots and herbs! Poor old soul, how precious they seemed to her! And yet. one bottle of Aver's Sarsaparilln would do more good than her whole collection of ''yarbs." daw FIVE DOLLARS A MONTH. Itrasnna for Conliuuaucc of flic Merely Nominal Itnte of 95 a Mouth Through the Summer. It ia beyond question thi\f the summer is the best tune for th? treatment and euro of catarrhal troubles. Tiio climatic conditions urn the inoit favorable, liability of catchinpr fresh cold being then reduced to a iftinimum, and the even temperature and condition of the atmosphere favoring the progress of the patient. In order to givo all an opportunity of availing themselves of their skill and methods of treatment during this favorable season, Drs. Copcland <Jc JUjII will Ar.nttmin llm mniw\K> tminillnl flinrim (W $5 u uionth /or medicine and treatment during the summer month*. All persons suffering from catarrhal trpubles or any other curable disease will be treated at that rate until cured. .Mr. MeKe?, at present ougaged Jn the morchnntlle business nt .EtnaYlllc. Ohio, but iot thirty years previous a citlzon of \Vhe<?flntf, nud well kuowu Uv everyone on boib ?ldes of tlic river, ha< tills to say of hlmaelf and l)rs. Copeland ?fc Bell: "I have been a constaut sulTerer from catarrhal trouble* for years. My nose would stop up so that 1 could seldom breathe through It. My throat becnine sore nud Inflamed. I was constantly hawking ami blowlnir to get rid of the substance that would collect in my throut and i now. The disease gradually atreet^d jay cars so that It was dlfllcult for me to convene with, my friend* and customer*. "Of nil tbe remedies I havo taken, Dn. Copeland <fc Bell's have been the only huccmi/uI ones. My head, nose and throut act? clear. My hearing ha-? greatly Improved, much morn tfinn I expected on aceouut of my aire. My case has been stubborn, but there Is no doubt iii my mind but thati am lu much belter health thuu 1 have been far yean, and I /Irmly believe that 1 will be cured in a short time." DOCTORS Cpi'ELAND & J1ELL have located permanent offleas nt 1121 Mnlu street. wheeling, \V. Va., where they treat with success nil cnrnble case*. Office hours?i> to 11 a. in..2 to 5 p. ui. aud 7 to p. m. Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m., and 1 to I p.m. Specialties?ratarrh and abeanee of the Eye. Ear, Throat and Lungs. Onnsultatfou free. Address nil mall to DR3. OOPElAND & BELL, 1121 Main street. Wheeling, W. Vil Treatment, Including medicine, a month. ? BRIDGEPORT BRIEFS. Matters Worthy of Aleutian from Over tbe Jtlvor. E. K. Daniel, of Rochester, Pa., is tho gneat of friends lierc. John Woods lias recovorod snfficiently lo rido into toivn agnin. I)r. Hobson, of Flushing, was in town yestorday calling on Win. Uollownv. Judgo Carroll and Coionol Charlosworth, of St. Clnirsvillo, were in the city yestordny. Mrs. Nora Dorsey, who han been very critically ill during tho past few days, is convalescing. Bridgeport is badly in neod of about fiftcon first-class tenement .houses, and the person who erects (hem-will realize the income of an elegant investment W. II. Stewart, of Cleveland, Ohio Division Freight Agent of the l'ennsvlvania Company, accompanied by fiis chief of stair. Colonel 1/nvroy, was in town yesterday. The work of erecting the.iarge buildings which me to constitute the addition to the .Ktna plant, is progressing rapidly. When completed this will be one of the largest in the country. It was stated yesterday. by,.? gentleman well posted in iron matters, that the scale presented by the Amalgamated Association was satisfactory and would bo accepted by the manufiieturers. The report that lias rucdntlygalnud > circulation to the effect that Mr! I). 1J. Clark has severed his connection with the C., I-. A W. is a mistake. Mr. Clark will continue his service with that company, and is lkiwtoutoftowu on a wedding trip. myiii. tint TinThe Ureal lJeneflt Which people in run down stato of health derive from Hood'-sSiireopnrtlla, conclusively proves thrtt-Utiithrfedicine "makes the weak strong.'' It does not act like a stimulant, imparting fictitious strength, but Hood's Sarsaparilla builds Up in a lumecuy nuiurui win uu iut* weakenou parts, purities the fotaoti/anil assists to Healthy action those important organs, the kidneys and liver. 3 Sunday KxcurMoutf. Commencing Sunday, May 31, and every Sunday thereafter, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company will fell excursion tickets toFittglmrgh and return at |1 SO ami to Washington and return at ?1, good returning Sutidjy only. r*n Ladies onjoy the pleasant effccts of "Ouvi: Blossom." It Ctitra when ull else fails. There is no reason w'liy. you should suflorlrom the many weaknesses peculiar to veur sex whvu you can ubtiiin a sample containing,ten days' treatment free, and one mouth's treatment for SI. "Olive Blossom" is sold bv Logan Drug Co., 0. H. ()oot.-.c, W. AV. Invin, uf i5 n t' meller, W. C. Armbrtyrht, \V. H. Williams and M. W. llcinrfci: J. \V. Dnrrnh, liolston & Co., Martin's Ferry; Bowie A Co.. Uriilgeport ; C. M. Wyrick, Bellaire; Si. Clair lirus., Benwpod. BiW-0 Snmlnjf Excursions. Until October 23, the Ohio River Railroad Company will Hell Bunday excursion tickets at ono faro for the ruuud trip to Muundavillo, Woodland, Xew Martinsville, Sistersvllle, Salamu, Williawstown ami l'arkersbnru. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Itemnrknhln I'lici*. Heart disease is usu.illyVuupo?e<l to be ineu ruble, but when properly treated a large proportion of cases can be cilred. Thus Mrs. Klmira Hatch, of' Elkhart, lnd., and Mrs. Mary I. Baker. of Ovid, Mich., were cured after suffering 20 years. 8. 0. Linburger, druggist at San Ilose, 111., says that Or. Mileal-ife\**Heurt Cure, which cured the fornfer, "worked wonders for his wife." 'Levi logan. of Buchanan, Mich., who had hctirt disease for 30 vears, says two bottles made him "feel like a new man." Ur. .Miles' New Heart Cure is sold andguurimtced ; i>y im* urui: ?-u. Afoon 01 wonilcrfnl ti-ytiinonii-.lH froo. tTmuv-l The Soap that Cleans Most is Lenox. BtU-ron WARM WEATHER GOODS'-GEO. R. TAYLOR. WARM WEATHER GOODS Just Opened, GEO. R. TAYLOR. ll* S#tjHut|<M' > > Ladies' Silk Waists, Ladies' Pennant Waists, Ladies' Negligee Shirts, Ladies' Derby Waists, White Hem. S. India Lawns, Printed Linen Lawns, Organdies, Lawn, Pongees, .. i .*. - * Zephyr Ginghams, &c? 0:11-^^ OlilS. IVilLlS ClIlU VJtlUVtJO, GRENADINES. MARKED DOWN SALE OP Dress Goods and Ms WILL CONTINUE UNTIL Wednesday, July 15th. GEO. R. TAYLfiR. H. EMSHEIMER?FRENCH CHALL1ES 49! m, 49! - 49! i,2?o yards Ail-Wool French Challies reduced to 4QC. I y "" Ji; i'.if.tllvl' : 1,700 yards French Mull, equal iri'cofor arid finish to $1 00 India Silk, only 35c. 2,joo yards yard-wide American Challie, I oca yarcL 800 yards yard-wide Batiste, 8ca yard1,800 yards Hemstitched Black and. White Lawn ? ?' ?. - /4 M r* 2^, j 1 <3.1 1U. j '/L.r 300 pairs Lace Curtains reduced nearly one-half. 2,joo New Wrappers, Waists, &c. EMSHEIMER'S, 18 and 20 Eleventh Street. OIL WELL SUPPLIES. . ... . OIL WELL SUPPLY CO., 91 and 92 Water Street, Pittsburgh, Pcl, o ? . Manufacture and Sell Every Article, Tool or Appliance Needed at ARTESIAN WELLS, Either for Cas, Oil, Water or Mineral Tests. Boilers, Casings, Engines, Fittings, Derricks, Pumps, Tubing, Cordage. BR7SSS KND IRON GOODS SUPPLIES FOR STEAM, GAS, PETROLEUM OR WATER. \ f ?T CATALOGUES AND TSUCL LISTS ON APPLICATION *VK R EAL ESTATE. FOE/ SALE. Eight-roomed double homo on Jacob street, between T^vcuty-tbirtl and Twenty-fourth struct*, ehfiap at I&50. I.ouon Eotfand Jacob streets In Upper Benwood. Pour lots on South Penn strcet...^..^- 91,(500 I.ot* iu McMeeheu, newly laid out, cheap at ?120 to #275. Lou In Zone's Orchard and Old Fair Ground addition*. Six roomed house,'"23M Wood street, 92,300 House in splendid condition ou southeast corner Chaplin.; and Twentieth statu* Six romucd brick bouw on Chnplinc street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-flxth streets, H.200. 1 six roomed brick housor2C20 Jaeobstreet, S3,000. Ten roomed house at u bargain on North Main streot. Fire roomed house, 2515 Eofl* street, 92,900. Four roomed house, 1W Eighteenth street, 91,000. Four roomed house, 23GS Wood street, 9050, Six roomed houso, pound 100 feet front, on McColloch strret. between Thirty-Am and Thirty-second strevts, 93,AOO. Nino roomed brick houso, 2351 Market street, *1 -Jwl Three roomed house, JMIO Wood street, St,0&). Good business Jiuusu ouChapUnostreot. Centre Wheeling. Half lot on North Main street, S3 by 133 feet. Half lot on Eoffstroot, south of Twenty-eighth street. 11,000. Half lot on Morston stroot, south of Twenty* seventh street, IVV). Sixteen lots on tho north Blue of Twentr-thlrd street, in the now addition of Filan & whjrte, juxt laid out. FOK RENT?Store room on thu corner of Sixteenth and Jaeotr streets, with good cellar to sniuu. Three rooms on Moystou street, Sixth wurd, 80 60 per mouth. NESBITT & DEVINE, 173Q Markot Street. Jelfl FOB E/BUT. XONTll. No. 2251 Main street - ....?2o 00 No. 8ttl Woods ~ 10 U) No. 1027 Market street. 0 rooms - 15 00 No. SrlOl Main street, store room 10 OJ No. 2102 Main street, store room 10 00 No. W Eighteenth street, stoto room - 10 03 FOR SKLE, Three-roomed house. National road, JT00. Double frame house ou llaltiinore street. Desirable now residence ou South Front stroot. in 1 ifrou Itttwl f;r/\.vl*v <nunlv V*nrian? SN'iO Sixteen lots ill J. ami J. R. J Joker uddition. No. M and 87 8lxtconth street. No. 20S1 and 2MB Chapllne street. Thirty-live acres stoue and coal land, Rush Run, Ohio. Seventy-five acre* laud. Short Creek. Soventecn aud one-half acres land, one-hall wile we?t lower point of Jfllftnd. Desirable residence ouo tuilo west of Bridgo* port, Ohio. Three and one-half acres of lanC near Wert Liberty. No. 1017 South street, (the loto Hubbard saw will.) * Threo aud one-half acres of laud in Llhorty township. No. ITOO Wetzel street, ground 80 by 300 feot No. 23.U and 2333 Wood ntvot. Twonty-oue shares Riverside Glass 'Works itock.at a bargain. , . ... No. 22 Alley 11, cornor Alley B and Alley & Price, SOW. NOs. 2010 aud 2v?2l Malu street lilghtoou acres of laud ouo utile east of Eltu Grove. Fronts about ?00 feot ou National rou'l. with four-KjonnJd frame houso aud 2U0 fruit trees. Price, 81.800. Lot 70 bv 1H0 feot, Elm Grove. Vs?. r.i Kr. .\iini- in _.? Nos. 2904 nn'l avw (Mmpllnostreot.. No. 1005 McColloeh street. No. 8028 McColloeh street No. 2110 a ml 2112 Main street Nil. 20M aud 2U06 Main atruet. No. 2004 Market street. No. W Ohio street. No. 1K9 South 1'oun street. No. 00 North Frout street?ground 00 by about 400 feet. No. ?U4Eoff street No. 2W0 Main street JAMES A. HENRY, Real Estato Agent, U. 8. Claim Attorney. Expert In pension Claims. Je8 '1612 Martcet Street. Real Estate for Sale. Building lots on wot sldo of Jyorth lluroa street Inland, at 520 per foot front*,, A flue dwelling property on the wost sldo of Market street, north of Ninth street Lot luQxlOO /pet, southwest corner McColloeh no(i rniruein Kirocis, wuu wur uwuuiiik uuiuua. No. 2314 Jacob street, tlirte-roomed cottago, lot 16x100 fcotrtor SI.000. loox3.Y) feet In Ple/isnnt Valley, op,the Notional loail, for 51.500, on easy terms. Tho business bulldlnir, So. 1522 Main street, now occupied by J. W. Hunter & Co.'a spico mills. The Frvor plaao on National road, near Kim flrove, eonsUtlng of about twenty acres, with brick dwelling. \ J Lot 83x160 fcot on tho cast sldo ol North Frout street, Inland, 81,500. No. 40 Vlrglniu atreet, Iilaud, 8 rooms and bath room. No. 1321 EofTntrcot, opposlto the Cathodrnl No. 101 Fifteenth street. 5 rooms. No. 126W Fourteenth itroot, Ave rooms, attlo and laundry. Lot 30x120 north ilde of Fourteenth stToet Lot 80x120 feet North Huron street, Island. Nos. 2117 aud 2ll'J Main street, lot 44x120 feet, *>,000. RINEHART & TATUM, ap9 1314 Market Street. FOR SALE. The ten-roomed brick dwelling at No. 1418 Chaplfne street Very central location, mil be old for n very clow figure. Beautiful building low on South Front atroet, North Front street and Pleasant Volloy. Or. O. SMITH, j?H ItKAL ESTATE A'iKST. 1?W Mnrtot gt. DRUGGI ST S. THE "PRINCESS" HoBdaobo Powdora. CUKES IS TEN' MINUTES. ?For Sals bv Drvgguts.? miJO PHOTOGRAPHY, ^KISTO -PHGT0GRHPHSOl'll SPECIALTY. urn IIIOGI.V'S C, ALI.EnY. ARCHITECT. Q IIOil Kit WKLLS, ARCHITECT, Room 17, Ht'llljr Ilullillnff, Wheeling, W, Vl WUCTICAL SUPKRINTKSDEST. oen estimatkh rAi:i:rm.i.Y MAng. PICTURES 4, ART MATERIALS?" J^EWol'DCK Fresh Blue Print PaDer OF TlIE inmtKST GKADE JI'ST RECEIVED. DLL* ? 1'III.S rti MADE TO OilDEIt, At Art bu.ro, 1?? .Murkul aircvt. in>!3 E. L. N1COLL. WIRE WORK^ "yyiKE WOltKFOR OFFICES/ WIRE WORK FOR Bt'ILDEBft, WIRE WORK FOR CEMETERUS, WIRE WORK FUR IIOC^KS. WIRE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION WIRE WOllk*, 1707 Eoff Strett, Telepbono 147. W\ a ALLISON. tuX-TThtf subscribe for THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER. $1 OO PEH YBHR,