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THE B8WL1NG SEflSOH.
Both L>agg0? Open Champion,
hip Seaaoa To-night.
INTEREST IN/THE FAVORITE 8P0R1
Im Greater Tliao Ever Before? LUt 01
tb* Wbeellac L?**i?e FUjrer?-Co*v
jMtOMMtO tho PomIMo Pennant
Winner* of the Two League*?SaturJay
Foot Ball Game#?Princeton
floored Agaiaic?Tbo Martin's Pern
Tbte evening at tbe Maieo an<
lln??r? Par It bIUvi th* <>hamnionihlr
HMOOl of the Wheeling aod South Bed
bowling league*, reapectively, will b<
Inangarstod, sad if the preliminary in
tenet in the iport is in index, it ii *afi
to predict that the town will W'bowl
ing" mad thie winter. That the inter
eat if general ia ahown by the fact tha
it was possible to or/anlzo two league!
io f> heeling with eighteen clubs am
180 player*. * f
The opening game of the Whselini
league wllj be called promptly at 7:4
p. tn. at tha Muaee alleya, the conteat
ing team* being the Wheeling* and Thi
Bowlor*. On the Mozart alleya tb<
Moxnrt and the Phoenix clab* will bit
tie for snpromaey. Both gamoa wil
probably be attended by large crowd
of bowling cmtliuaiasts.
The secretary of the Wheeling leagu
baa joat receivod the retnrn* from th
various toemi, and the list of playorsl
Lotus?Hogulars: L. F. Hillor, F. F
Hall, CharloaL. Hamilton, George Bols
wangor, W. T. Sadler, On* Weltzel
(iubatitutes: Howard McKaah, M. J
O'Noil, L II. Hendorson and W. 0
1'en and Poncil?Regulars: Joseph C
Borland, Will H. Oasaoll, K. M. Archer
C. E. Mcllurchy, Fritz Colruar, J. L
111.... C..I...i.I.fn.. D II DM,
Aiiwa* ouunnutsii ? . *-?. w., i>wu
ert Browater, Herman Shockey and &
Tho Browniei?Regulari: Bornie Mc
Luro, Jako Do. Hindoo, Geortro Rabin
on, Marry Simpaon, Jatnos Ewins
Georgo B.'Hervey. Substitutes Harp
McLuro, Frank Kuglen, H. C. Richordi
and Allen Brook.
La Bella?Rosulara: John E. Wright
"Will 11. Day, James L, Day, Will Stc
venson, W. R. Wells andGeor^e W
Hannan. Substitutes: W. E. Bo i wick
David Evans, W. 8. Shafer, Frank St
Calumet?Regulars: A. Welty, J
Welty, Joseph A. Weltzel, Ed wart
Truachel, Charles Cameron, At Lanp
Substitutes: David Morgan, 0. Lanj
John Murphy, Fred Frazier.
Nameless?Rezulara: J. Howar
Wells, L. D. Bowlin, F. L. Careubauei
Charles Aul, Howard Atkinson, II. I
Campbell. Substitutes: John J. Bot
ley, Will Etzlor, Harry Mubn, Wil
The Bowlora?Regular*: Charles W
List, Charles Lamb, Clarenco Laird
Hal Speidol, E. M.'Statier, Guy Scot'
Substitutes: John Riheldaffer, Ebel
ing, Sam llazlott, Harry C. Whitakei
Providont?Regulars: Thomas G. Jet
kins, J. G. Waldeti, J. F. McCarter, M
B. Fisher, George Bruhn, G. E. McE
roy. Substitutes: C. B. Goetze, Job
Wills, W. H. Marshall, John Jenkins.
Columbia?Regulars: Joseph Weil
gerber, Otto Weisgerbor, Andrei
Bishop, Charloa Amick, Charles Se
bort, B. Boadwing. Substitutes: ?
"Weiagerber, Georgo Miller.
Wheeling?Paul Reymann, WiHiai
C. Stifol, F. Happy, L. H. Adams, (
Hirsch, W. H. Manning, Cnarle
Schmidt, Max Hess, Walter Blootnfiolc
H. B. Grimm.
Guessing without limit is being it
dulged in as to how the various team
ot the league will finiah in the chair
pionsbip aeries. One crank thus plact
tho Wheeling teams: La Belle, Wheo
ing, Brownies, Columbia, The Bowlori
Naraoleas, Calumor, Fen and Pond
Lotus, Providont. If two of tho team
are placed properly the crank can ca
himself a prophet worthy of the name
Aa aoino ono arose to remark once be
fore, bowling "is mighty uncertain."
In the South Sido league tho cluba ar
very ovonly matched and a forecast o
the result of tho championship eerie
could not bo dopendod upon. Thi
league's aoason lasts fourtoon wooks air
is asiugloone, while the up-townloagac
on tho othor hand, has introducod ai
innovation by providing a double sec
on, each lasting nino wooks, with tw
nets of prizos.
This week's scheduled games aro a
Wheeling loague?Monday, Musoe a
loys, Wheeling vs. Tho Bowlers; Tuei
day, Maaoo alleys, Namoleas vs. Lotuj
Wednesday, Soibort's Columbia vs. Pre
vident; Thursday, Wheeling Park, Calt
met vs. The Brownies; Saturday, So
bort's, Pen aud Poncil vs. LaBelle.
South Sido league?Monday, Mojsai
vs. Phoonix; Tuesday, Knohovs. Hai
vest; Wodnesday, Hustlers vs. Buckeyc
Thursday, South Sido v?. Kxcolsior.
IT WAS A GOOD QASIIS.
Blur tin's Forry V. M. C. A. Team Dofoa
The "KM. 0. A. foot ball olevoa t
Martin's Forry won anothor gaino o:
Saturday, making throo out of four plaj
ed this soaaon, a good starter. Frankli
collcgo was tho victim. Tho visitoi
did do bottor than last voor, whon the
wore shut out, making .two?toucti dowr
and kicking ono goal, but tho V. M. (
A. mado throo touch downs, ono safol
touch down and kicked two goals,
total of 17 to 10. Tho first doss playei
in tho Y. M. C. A. wore dianblod rigl
at the Btart and she played a part i
thogamo with only ten men, but pla;
od dosperatoly and greatly to hor cred
made one touch down whon short ot
good all aroitnd playor. The Y. M. (
A, got lots of glory, but not muc
The visitors played a lino game, an
the collego has reason to fool proud <
its eleven. Many brilliant plays woi
made by tho loculs.
Franklin's flrot touch-down was mad
in fourtoon minntos by Fulton, \0e
St. Clair's conqueror), and Frazil
picked tho goal. Score 0 to 0.
Captain Frazier, of Franklin, in a
tempting to go around tho end wi
forcod back ovor his own goat in sho
order by Swoenoy. Frazior strwek tl
goal post with torrilicforcoand Swoem
pushed him cloar around back of tl
lino, thns making a safoty for Martin
Ferry and scoring 2, the first safe
mado hereabouts. This mado il 0 to
in favor of Franklin.
Tho Y. M. C. A., got tho ball on tl
third down, bunchod it in grerst sty
and Colonel McAninch made a touci
down, Swoonoy pickine a goal, thor
by placing tho homo boys two ahead
Franklin with tho scoro 8 to ft. Tb
touch-down was made in less than, oi
minute bofore the close of tho fir
a The Y. M. C. A. kicked off, anil Kitl
M mie, o[ tho visitor,, got tho ball ai
ol twentj yards. la tl
next down the ball IU pawed to him,
and' ha mad# a touch down alter a
alxtr-flre yard ran. Fruler wai nnabla
to kick a (co?L Soore, 10 to 8.
The Y. M. C. A. man aaw that tha
eot1??a bojn were back of tha tweotryard
line, and looted them by making a
alow kick. Tha derer trick wu nnexr
pec ted by the viaitora, and tbay were
[ amated. Alter loalng and retaining
tbe ball the V. M. C. A. backed bard
I tor a touchdown, CaL McAniach doing
tbe botioeaa. Sweeney here tailed to
' kick a goal, tbe ball going tar over tbe
. leooa. Score, 12 to 10 in laror ol the
Franklin kicked oil and Uartin'i
1 Ferry loat on the third down. TIT* "bill
wai touched by Waaaon, ol the riaitlng
eleven, and knocked to Cal McAnlnch.
It bounced back and Sweeney not the
pig akin and ran, like a deer, up and
1 over the coal line and pandemonium
roignod. Sweeney pat on the finlahlng
tonchea br kicking a goal and makinz
' the record IS to 10, liter which the lacej
) ol the enemy lengthened considerably.
. The claim wu made that when Wauon
touched tho ball it atruck tho crowd
and bounced back, but tho lact it that
' tbe spectators were Inaido of the lineal
!> ? - ?*! ntAa? naaaAna fllaim Mini 5 I
?UD Vi?U? HUH IUU?|> VI?M. ! ? t,
t itruck McAniach u above dated.
' wmt vmotNiA: it/u"i: kaui
' The Uutveritty Voot Unit Tenut Stiow. Vp
Welt A|RlDit Me. PlpiHitnl.
I Moroavtowk, W. Va., Oct Tho
) Wost Virginia University loot ball team
- played its Aral game to-day against the
> Mu Pleasant College' team, ot Fenniyl9
vanii, and won with oase by a acore ol
| 10 to 0, Owing to illneia Halt-back
, Lontt could aot play and Beall ra
taken from ttie line and played the
e po'itiou admirably. Corrigan filled
, Beall'i position at left goard.
, A big crowd attended the same mid
tho university boys rooted with tin
i horni and a special supply of coliogy
yellt. From the itart the Mt. Pleasant
team was outclassed, Wyant being the
only man who showed an* superiority
' of akill and judgment, 'lno university
team was in good condition and was inl
vincible in cloae situations. Knnst
tnodo two touchdowns, one of thorn nfI
ver sharp rushes and the other after a
run of forty-flvo yards with beautiful
; intarI(Ance. Heyvolds scored a touchdown
Btor a hard run of thirty-flvo
. yards and with skillful interference.
. The team will play agninstOoonollsville
next Saturday; against Bethany at
\ Wheoling November 10, and at Parkers,
burg against Marietta November 17.
I. Tho Ofllolnl Ilato Bull Fielding Averages
Hjo Mario Public.
Washing to.*, Oct. 21.?The fielding
h records made by the players of tho Na
tiooal Base Ball League for the season
j of '04, wore mado public by Pieaidont
Nick Young to-day. In the position ol
?? firat baseman, Motz, of Cincinnati,
j takes tho lead with a pcrcentago of 005.
. Ho, howovor, participated in only 18
' games, mado 185 put-outs and 18 assists,
? bad 204 chancos and made one error.
i[ For the position of second basoman,
Keitz, of tho Baltimore club, leads with
tho following record: One hundred
i* games played, 262 put-outa, 344 assists,
21 errots, 627 chances and 000 porcenti
Nash, of tho BostonB, loads in the
* third basemon's record ai follows: 132
l" games played, 190 put-outs, 271 assists,
? 34 errors, 504 chancos and .032 por*
Glasscock, of tho Pittsburgh toam,
has tho highest percentage for tho posi*
iV tion of short stop, .934. It is made up
j. as follows: 86 games played, 105 putI
outs, 300 assists, 35 errors and 530
n In the outfielders' position, Griflin,
i of the Brooklyn team, leads with a porJ
centago of .003 and a record as follows:
I 100 guinea played, 208 put-onts, 13 as*
' sists, 12 errors and 323 chances,
j. Proaidont Young also rondo public
l8 the catchers' avorago of tho season.
l# 4'ho records of twenty-nine players in
^ that position are given at the head of
I. which is Zimmor, of tho Olevoland club,
j" with a percontago of .031 and a record
j' as follows: Eighty-oijiht games played,
' 2S5 put-outs, 107 asHist9,10 errors, 13
U passed balls and 421 chancos.
Promlntug; Young Athletes.
Mobs re. Walter Kobcr and W. IL
Straub, two promising young local
? athletes, gave a private exhibition al
* tho Wheoling Athletic club rooms yos
tordoy to a number ol tlioir irionds and
! admirers. The chain balancing act ol
J Mr. Kobor was especially difficult, and
surpassed many professional exhibitions
11 of that characior. The trapeze work ol
l" both these gentlemen was a decidedly
0 attractive feature, and all thoir acta had
tbo merit of novelty, tho result of thoii
8 own ingonuity.
I* Foot Dall JJrlefr.
3- The Cadiz foot ball toam has die
** Ernost 8mlth, of Martin's Ferry, was
}' roforeo in the Wrash-JofI-P. A. C. conl"
tent at Pittsburgh Saturday when the
^ Washington boys won by 0 "to 0.
Tho next gamo of the Martin's Forry
,. Y. M. C. A. will bo with Bethany Col'
logo next Saturday. Ilal. Watson, c
graduate of tho Martin's Forry schooli
is captain of the Bothaiiy olovon.
t9 Mnriotta wants a gamo with th(
Franklin Collogo toam within the next
* two weeks. Tho Franklin boys prefer
playing tho game at Martin's Forry.
a The Vigilant*, of Martin's Ferry, will
r- play at Marietta, Haturday, November 10.
ig A Pnrltiff ItioycllHt.
y Toledo, 0., Oct. 21.?Miss Annie Lonia
donberry, of Boston, who loft Chicagc
on Soptombor 24 with only throe conti
y in her purse to inake a tour of tho glob?
a on a bicyclo, arrivod lioro this morning
a just twonty-suvon days out. llor tri|
it so far has boon without incidont. Six
>f had not intondotl to touch at this point
V- but tho bad roads compelled hor to tak<
it a moro northornlv route than tho on?
io sho had mapped out. Miss London
. berry expocts to roach Now York ir
h timo to take a steamer loaving on November
15 for France. Her calculations an
id that sho will arrivo in .Van Franclici
)f from tho Oriont about tho middle o
o noxt May.
Io Tho Olilout Mjmtom of Tologrnphy
. Is that estabUihed between tho brain ami tin
>r uorvM, which transmit initautonoouily to thi
great orgau of sensation and thought over;
?. idioek thoy experience. Tho*e olecttie *hooki
. iiru vory ririil. psiutul and diiturbiai: when thi
* uorvu* ?ro woak. Hosteller'* Htomach hitter
rt htronfrthou*. noothes, nnd ronder* tlio norvc!
tranquil. It IndttciM (deep. nuuud dlgotlioa aut
" iiupi'ilto, Htid conquer* bllioiumcu, malaria
>X rheumatism nnd kiuney trouble.
's Kvkry inothor should know thai
ty croup can be provonted. Thoflrstsymp
2 torn of truo croup is hoarsenoss. Thii
is followed by a pocullnr rough cough,
io If Chamberlain's Cough Komedy ii
lo givon frooly as soon as tho child be
ti- comos hoarso or oven aftor tho cough
o- ha* dovolopod it will provont tho at*
of tack. 2-r) and 50 cent bottles for sale bj
is Clias. It. Gootzo, MVill W. Irwin, Chris
io F. Hchnopf, Choi. Monkomollor, Win,
st E. Williams, b. L. Brice, A. 12. Schoolo
Win Monkomollor, John Coleman,
Ii- Kichards Mc Kirov, W. II. Hagne,
id Wheeling; Bowie Co., Bridgoport, ami
no D. F. Pcabody & Son, Bon wood.
THE END APPROACHING'
Or or Alexander Seems Sinking
Into the SlMp of Death.
J! RELENTLESS DISEASE.
2c Has Progressed Steadily for Two
Years and He Wa? Warned at That i
Time ot ills Danger,
Eaccoaaded by membera af bit fimilj
ud bjr the (oremoat pbjruciiai of
Earope, the czar awaite tbe deep of
death at livadia, in tbe Crimea.
Armiei and battaliooi of police protect
him from tbe KibUiaU, but no mortal
power can ward off tbe malady that bai
attacked bia life;
In tbia anxiooa hour tbe official bulletin
Dare coated to lie. The/ admit
tbat tiio ciar baa Bright'* diieaie of tbe
kidnejri in an advanced ?lage, and tbat
there ii no bope for him. Tbe Parii
Figaro ?ajr? that die flnt lijm of this
flu.ilajJ mfllaHvvnrA HiuavoriMl Anraat
Till* li a gran arror. Two years ago
bit majesty developed aymptoina that
pointod to Brigbt'a diieaie, aod he waa
warned tbea that not a moment waa to
bo loit. lie complained of an untimely 1
droKiineia; hie countenance wot pale
and bad a hargard loon. The ikin
under hit eyei waa pulled, and the eyes
lacked luatre and animation. Hia appetite
waa uncertain, hia aleep disturbed,
and hia mind waa gloomy.
Although a man of enormoua muicular
atrength the cur had frequent /aint
spells and sinkings at the pit of the.
Hut the ciar disregarded all warning!
until too lata. But ft is not too late lot
the tliouiacda of people who have the
same aolemn warnings?the eame unfailing
If vou, reader, hare felt an the czar
felt, do you know what it meana? Do
you realize your danger? Are you
aware that these symptoms are the certain
forerunners of the greatest American
malady, Brigbt's disease; that It
comes unexpectedly, attacks both men
and women and is seldom understood
until it is too late?
There baa never been but ono remedy
for this great modern malady, Bright'i
diiease. That remedy, known to and
ecknowleged by the belt icientiats and
physicians of the world?commended
abroad and endorsed at home?in fact,
the greatest discovery of modern times
for the prevention and care ot modern
, disease, la Warner's Safo Cure.
This groat popular remedy would
never have become so fsmoua If It did
not restore tbe kidneys to a healthy
state, thereby relieving tho pressure on
the other excretory organs. It cures the
doblllty that robs the patient of a little
"Warner's Safe Cure," said a distinguished
pathologist in a recent locture,
"is a mighty bulwark standing between
the tbreatened people and the ravages
of Bright'* disease.
No aso, nor Bex, nor cllinato, nor
occupation allords Immunity from
Brigbt's disease, but under any and all
circumstances this groat remedy justifies
ttie praise of the physician just
The Murderer of Enitnn Hunt.
Albion, N. Y.,Oct 21.?William Lake,
who murdorod Emma Hunt last week,
was captured tbii afternoon on a farm
by two constables. He offered no resistance
and was lodged in jail here.
Lake acknowledged that he committed
the crime and said that after knocking
the woman sonsoleBs ho cut her throat
and hackod her with a butcher knife.
The murderer's real name is Fuller.
He^asborn in Middleport, N. Y. He
says that tbo only roason lio had for
, killing the girl was the refusal to re'
ciprocato his lovo. Her rofusal turned
his lovo to deadly hatred.
A tlndco In Trouble.
Bellkfontb, Pa., Oct. 21.-?Associate
Judgo Coilina Faulkner, of Center county,
has been held in $1,000 bail for trial
in tho quarter sessions court, on the
charge of ombezzling taxes collected and
due the borough of Fliillipsburg district.
The shortage ia over $5,000. His
sureties, Adam Moyer and Hugh Ad'
arns. caused his arrest. The taxoi are
duo on tho year 1892 duplicate, Judge
: Faulkner having boon collector that
This remedy is bocoming bo well
i known and bo popular as to need no
; special mention. All who have used
Llectric' Bitters sine tho same song of
praise. A purer medicine does not exist,
and it is guaranteed to do all that is
. claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all
diseases of tho Liver and Kidneys, will
remove Pimples, Boils. Salt Rheum and
other affections causod Dy impuro Diood.
Will drivo Malaria from tho svstom and
1 prevent as well as euro all Malarial fevers.
For euro of Headache, Constipa*
' t ion and Indigostion try Electric Bitters.
Entiro satisfaction guaranteed or money
1 refunded. Prico GO cents and $1 per
1 bottle, at Loaan Drug Co.'a Drue Store. 5
; FriemHy Regard
tis never entertained
for a medicine
j little ones of
: Scott's Emulsion,
' a preparation of cod-liver
} oil almost as palatable as
milk. Many mothers have
grateful knowledge of its
I benefits to weak, sickly
l GROCERIES ETC.
8ATTRR KRAUT from Germany it retail
and In auks, fit
H. F. BEHREN8',
No branch atorm. ?217 Mnrk*t fltroct.
JF YOU ARE THINKING
or rifKcruaiso a
Refrigerator or Ice Cream Freezer
? Come nnd Po? Oar Stook.
' THR LARGK8T ASSORTMENT IS THE CITY.
i GEORGE W. JOHNSON'S SONS,
mro 1210 jj a1n bTrutcr,
' It's Education?
l simply a matter of education?the useofPearline
for washing and cleaning. The bright women,
YJ Sf those who learn quickly, are
using it now. The brighter
f X] the woman, the larger her
I use of it?the more goo J uses
I I \ Jf^sTh she finds to which she can put
? " ~ r>?n .mm those
\ ^ I?Cv-^XPihnroH *"cm ILUC- "? ?> ?
I ,\ J Jr-?1 1 who never use new things until
il\ 7 /> ?If their bright sisters have
I " ? drummed it into them?they'll
Jr ' use it presently. It's just a question
of sooner or later, with every woman who wants the best, j
Peddler* and some unscrupulous grocers will tell yon " this Is as good as"
OCllLi or " the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE?Pearline is nerer peddled,
it Back 'ST0** mfffliftJE
BARGAIN BULLETIN?E. B. POTTS. '
E. B. POTTS'
MAIN AND TENTH STS.. Wheeling, U'.Va.
rt = 2
> We have Just purchased at Assignee's sale the entire stock o
? of the ROCHESTER CLOTHING CO.. and place the same ?
_ on the market for a few days at prices that will move the goods. ^
5 Bargain hunters will do well to call early. The following extract a
o froiii their opening announcement speaks for itself, and we pro- 5
6 pose to close the balance of the stock at still lower prices.
lErtJf ftctettF fire Sals11,
? $123,000 Worth of Fine Clothing Saved a
' > fmm tho Ricr Firo at Rochester. N. Y. 5
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5 The largest fire that has visited Rochester, N. Y., in years oc a
curred in the wholesale clothing district on St. Paul street. Hun- ?
dreds of thousands of dollars worth of Clothing were destroyed. ii
But ?123,000 worth of Fine Clothing was saved; and to settle 0
c the insurance, the entire stock has been removed to Wheeling, 2.
^ W. Va., and will be sold for half price or 50 cents on the dollar.
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I A-I^EOISra- THE GOODS -A-IRE "
g Men's $4 60 Salts go at this sale at $ 2 05 ??
Q. A/lnn'c Men's 5 00 and $5 50 8uita at 3 87 ^
IVieil b Men'a C00, $0 50 and $7 00 Suits at 4 50 w
Men'a 800 and $8 50 Suits at 5 75 ja
FinP Men's 0 00 and $10 00 Suits at 0 90 O
1 ",c Men's 1100 and $11 50 Suits at 7 U5 ~
, o , Mod's 12 00 anil SHOO Suits at SB 2
? OLlltS I Men's IB 00 and $10 00 Suits at 10 75 0
O Men's 17 00 and $18 00 Suits at 12 02
5 Men's 19 00 and $20 00 Sails at 13 75 p
If you can match those noods for leas than doublo oar price any whero, 5}
"2 you will much oblige us by returning the same and we will choerfully re- 2ci
fund your money. This is an plain and fair as wo cau rnako it, aud wo g
X mean exactly what wo say. a
Mon's SI 00 Good Working Pants at .. G3 <
Men'a 1 25 Pants, splendid value, at 97 q
IVlnn'c Mon'* 150, SI 75 and $2 00 Pants ut $118 *
O 1 Vlcil b Men's 300 Pants, our ?reot leader,at 137 Jj
c Mon's Fine Pants, extra value, at 1 02 3
:r Moo's $3 50 and $4 00 Pants at 1 95 ?
> Por?fe? Men's 4 50 and $4 75 Pants at .. 2 02 n
0 a ?ll 115 Men's 5 00 aud $5 50 Paots at .. 2 95 c
V Mon's OOOPanU at .. 3 37 "*
' * o nr rt
w weirs uourauia ai .. uj -i
" Again wo make yoti the oflor?that is, wo horoby EUarantoo to refund
yoa the inonov for any eoorta wo soil i( not fCTTy satisfactory in over? sense
of the word, and wortli double tho amount of tho price. This oiler ap- <
0 plies to onr line of Clothing. 0
o Boys' 30c Pants qo at 19 5
? Boys'40c Pants, a (jroat bargain at. 20 g
g DUyS Boys'50c Pants, bis solleraat 35 jj.
J Quifc Boys'05c Pants, extra value at '. 4S o
O OUIlb ltovs' $1 40 Suits, a special drive at 87 c
3 nnJ Bovs' 150 Suits at .. 08 ^
0 ana Bo'va' 175 and $2 00 Dross Suita at $118^
? Dor,t~ Boys' 2 50 Fine Dross Suita at 162 ?
id r dlllb. Boys' 3 00 and $3 50 Fino Dress Suita at 105 c.
S Boys' 4 00 and $5 50 Suits at 2 05 ?
These Spot Cash thunderbolts aro tbo cause of onr WONDERFUL SUCCE33. and the public
looking for full valuo for every dollar, is catching on to our bargains. and baKlneav huini at a rate
that big proflu arc out of tho question. lleild?:? man? othor bargain* that jou will too whoa vi?itlug
this great Bala, which will contlnuo until balance of slook Is soil
4I-E. B. POTTS,IS
Main and Tenth Streets, Wheeling. W. Va.
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OilIt
is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla Is the Children's Panacca
-'the Mother's Friend.
"Castorla is no well adapted to children that Castoria euros Colic, Constipation,
I recommend it as superior to any prescription Sour Stomach, l>iarrba?a, Knictntion,
known to me." h. A. Archer, 31. d., Kills Worms, gircs sleep, and promoted d*
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. gestion,
Without injurious medication.
" Tho use of 'Castoria' Is so universal and
Its mcrltj so well known tbnt It Moera* ft work "For sertrtU j?ira J hftro recomfflmdod
of mpcrorogatlon to endorse It. Fowftrotho your CMtortn,'iui<l stall nlwayj conUmm t?.
InUOIipjnt fumUlM who do not keep Owtnrla do no n? It ta? Invariably iiroduced benullaU
within easy reach." resulta."
Carlos llABTTy, 1>. D., Knwir: F. Pakmu, M. P.,
New York City. JStli Street and 7th Ave., Now York Cit*
tin! Ccttacu Ookpakv, 77 mimiuy Stjuuct, Nrw Yoiuc Crry
Performs Wonders in a Few Days. i*?i r?rr? wr?i Ln*t
BtFGfll *"0 Artlf llral* fowrr, M?Mlj K?l.?lo??, w?ak, dri|?Bdriil, U" .rlflurt r.?n nil >n?ni, tk?
r*?wll?r .\?n?ii? Hhlrh If will S??M| r^all In or con.nwptUn, HUNT'S >FHVK FOOI1 rtirr*
5l?fclj ? ? V*faaa*r<nl)? TrI n. Meat l<| r?l?r* Mil, (I.IMl, tli fur It.IK), with > ?rlllu niniltf < C?rr ?r rv(umd
. mo.,, I4irm* CRANE MEDICAL CO.. Columbus. Ohio.
FOR SAM? BY I/WAV PKno CO. d?l*-vwr.%wf
% RESTOREO MANHOOD "rl
The groat rwiiody for norronnprofttmttonanii nil tinrrouHmwawiinf
k'**Ti**mtly?*oririiiia ??f olthorMix.imrhu? N?rv<?un i'rnrtrntloii. Full*
l?K <>r I*;*t Manhood, Inipotwney,:Nightly KmlMotm, Youthful Krror*.
\2frif* " ntnl Worry. cxct'ialT0ii*o of Tolinrro or Opltisu. which lemltoCon*
Fiuupllonnmi inttnlty. With over? tfanrt1?rwniHv<<n wnttmsantSBSB3fc35SBtj?i?Q.
FortftUln WUooUiik 1)7 Ui(l LOU AN UltDO CO., Malu uuil Tclltli Sirnu. uojilmw
\vANTED?BY A YOVSvi LaSyB
If a idoe* to work bail tiuif for
drew "P.." ihte ofloe. ' v
MAXEVT position. * ?; . .
\17AKTED-TWO YOl'Ni. mj n " I
TT runM UdW> aifcato on ruir.,J . ' I
Apply at Union Now* Coapau>
depot i l
D" RUG CLERK, HKOJ STPH;^ H
want* permanent situation. vitsfr-h' I
Mlv or retail; iwtu rear?* ejuwrw-uv'.. "?*
tr.dft. Addrou P. O Box ?a? r;: v . J}'
X]fTAN1E D?A l'A HTNKl; wlTu I
T f fW): biuiuuM nleaMiit ?ui .'K
and pay* UOi) per month: oxjrtricn ." ?
*ary. Aniwer to -PABTNKK," car? I
Wanted?active s \ u-^Jn I
to handle our line, no pe4>M;, '*
! |7S per montb and oxpon** paid to... I("v
. entirely now. Apply gulckljr. V. o k,x
! IWton. Mm- . - r,: J1
WANTED?HOXKaT, ENKliiiKfijr I
men to solicit onion lot Iruu r.-.ij >r.
I mental nunery stock: permanent u
liberal term*; no experience j.
?? zi cuitf X Mai v..,,, ,.*
Squwr*. I'hliwitflphlw. l*n vrn "
JJIOU BALE, CHEAP.
A Shetland i'oiijr, Harness and Ctrl,
I'ODJ well broken for tlrlvlun uuJ r: Imj i!;
| cMMow drtvtj Uie nine.
AFEWCIIOICE LOTS AT EDUIXUTOJ,
Ctioap *uJ on KurTernu.
W. V. HOGE.
prrt rlt? Hflltfc ltnil'H-'C la.) Kmi- i -MFOR
Store room In P?nbodjf Ilutltlliit.
Otttoo rootu* iu l'nabotly Building.
Stciun lieat, elcvatoraud ull luuJrrucoa1
wnloiiCM. Torrni reiutonatifc
PEAHOUY INSURANCE CO.,
jnl 1120 iuuI nan ftlnrkft su(m,
New Basement Barber Shop i
Comer Main and Tenth Street*
JAMES L. HAWI..EY.
gg*j U?0 Ma*a MtiHri
??rin.rc /-* .. <r -.
run Kurvi?uiic cicgum unite
room, also one large elegant hall,
first floor entrance. Until permanently
rented, will rent hall for entertainments,
etc. Most centrally
located and best advertised building
in the city. For terms, etc, apply at
THE HUB CLOTHinfcS,
Fourteenth and Market streets.
STOCKS. BONDS, ETC.
i^TOOKS Kilt 8A.L,li
13 shore* Ohio Vallev Rank.
lObhares Fire aud Marino ln?uraucc Co.
10 shares Ko?U>ria Glass Company.
10 shares Kxcbanue Rank.
10 share* of National Bout at Woit Vlrjluli
25 shares Warwick China Com win v.
2 WbooliiiR Bridge Company bjnila.
10 shares vKtnii bmndnrd otool i Iron Co.
2 bonds Wheeling Railway Co
B. 8. 1KWCN. Urn's it
oc20 No. 2t T.vclftii H'.tr*.
+-4- BONDS, +-+
Roynl Clay Manufacturing Compuajr.
Kostoria Glow Company.
Wbooiini; Struct Hallway Company.
ParkeraburK, Sutton <b GlonvfUe Uailra;! Ca
f Wheeling Pottery Compauv.
Wheeling Steel uwl Iron Company.
Piedmont Water Works.
12 shares Riverside Glass-Company.
Kiver*ido iron Works.
Rellolre Nail Mlli.
.Ktnu Standard Mill.
Wbcoliug Klootrlcal Railroad
Kostoria Glass Compuny.
SIMPSON & HAZLETT,
Stocks, Bonds aud InvcfltmoutK.
? ? - inn a?
uei) nu. ioi? mm <?.
Redemption of Bonds.
LOAN OF 1881.
Wheeling. W. Va.. October 1ft, to9t
The following bonds of the Loan of 1381 bill
thin dny been drawu by lot according to ordh
tuiaoc.aud v?lilt be redeemed ou ami after tM
1st day of Novombor. l&W, at the Uauk of tb?
Ohio Valley. Interest ou Mine ceo?es on tost
day: Numbers 40, 45, 53, ill,
HI", 170, 182, 187, 11)8, ?3l?, *53, 838, *C?,
884, 305, 310, 311, 315, 34*, 303, 378, 381.
383, 412, 444, 44(1, 403, 400, 485, 507, 323,
534, 538, 585, 505, 018. 093, 030. 700, 705,
71o, 724, 7?R, 730, 739, one hundred dollar!
cacb; numbore 77tf, 783, 7?2, 783, live hundred
dollars each, and number 803 for ona
\V. B. SIMPSON.
oolC Commissioner* Loan of !&?
J^XEOUTOK'6 SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY MOKNINO, OCTOBER Jf,
1831. nt 10 o'clock, on tho premises. No. lw*
Chaplino street. I will proceod to sell at public
auction, all of th* household good* belonging
to tbo estato of Mm. MatUdti Adams. deceased*
The property consist* of I'urlor. lied Room sna
pining Room Furniture, Carpets, etc., wd
TKitMfC-Cuah. HKNRY K. LIHT.
Executor of the will of Mrs. Matilda Adam-. a?*
loosed. RINEHAKT A TATUM. Agents.
W. If. llAt/.r.K, Auctioneer. QC'a _
J^XECCTOK'S SALE OF
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE.
on SATURDAY. OCTOBER I?K ?' 11
o'clock a. in.. nt the front door of tbo t-jur?
House, I will proceed to sell at public sale too
following desrrtbed real estate, situate lu ttw
City of Wheeling. Wen Virginia, to-wlt:
lbe easterly bull of lot number one bun irf \
and thirteen (113) In Knit Wheeling addition to
raid city of Wheeling fronting 30 feet. moro or
lesi". on tbo north side of Eighteenth street, be*
tweeu Holland Jacob streets, with adeptb < ? CT
The itnnrorcmuuts consist of one double two*
story und uttic brick dwelling house* of
rooms oaeh. known a?No*. 63 and ?v> Eighteenth
ptrect, and ouo two-story frame dwelling houM
of live (ft) rooms on the rcurof said half lot aiiu
known 01 No. to! Alley 15.
Termsimade known on dav of Hole.
1 will al?o oflor for -ale :tt SUARKS PEAHOD*
INSURANCE COMPANY 8TOCK- Terms ca?u.
HKNRY K. l.isr.
Executor of .tho will of Mrs Matildn \dutus. do*
eeas?*d. UlNKlIAItT * T.UTM, Agent*
W II. Hai.i nt. Ain-tio-.ieer. *' '1'^
J^OTlCiS TO L11SN HOLDERS.
To all persons holding liens by judgment of
otherwise on tho real estate, or any part
thereof of Green II Jctl'eraon:
In pursuance of a decree of the Circuit Court
of Ohio county, made in acuuse therein pendioc
to subject the real estate of the said Green o*
Jctlorson to the ratlsfactlou of the liens thereon,
you are hereby required to present all claim*
held by you and each of you against the mi?|
(ireen It. Jefferson, which are liens on his rei?
e?tato. or any part of it. for adjudication, to.rat.
nt my ortlco. No. 1417 Chnnllno street. Whcclln*.
W. Va.. on or before tho 1-th day of tVlober r
Given under my hand this 11th day of ^
(!EO. E. nOYD, Commissi oner
W. .1 W. i'owiii:>. p. <; *"'l: " - 1
N'l.Y TIIK BUST QUAI.1TY Oh'
STATIONKKV. TIIK FINEST INK *M>
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