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BOWLERS AND LA BELLE
Bowling Olaba PUyed Two Ohamplooablp Qsmn Luat Night. THEY EACH WIN AHD LOSE ft GAME. Tfio Races at Sc. Aoapb Yesterday. Entries for To-dajr** flace*?Tbc Bowling Gftmea on tbo Houth Sldo. ? 1"? _I_U? wwura nvuouHKiu tur ?wuigu? Johnson will Join the Professional Ilanka and Ilaca at Madison Square Garden?Other .New* of Sport. WflStLlffO LEAQVZ. High Average Wi Club. Woo. Loat. Perct ocore. boo re. E LftRtile 9 1 .900 867 817 TboJftowoiefl~ 9 i .900 mo HM> The bowlori 8 2 MO 791 Naiaeie* 5 8 .?a 880 791 % Provfdsot I 4 Xon 828 761 Colombia. M 6 6 JXQ 871 792 Wheeling J 8 .230 8M 7J6 IxjtU* 1 9 .100 777 7? Calumet....^. 1 9 .100 8M 760 Pen and Pencil 0 6 .000 810 7M The race for tbe first Boriea championship ia tho Wheeling Bowling Lesgae is getting Intensely exciting. Last niaht's mines at tbe W heeling Park allejrs between the LaBeJle# sod The Bowlers wereperhsps tbe most important and in reealte the most decisive yet played this season. The games were both holly contested. in tna urit J uh jiowiers rolled cood ball ?nd wan by twelve pins. Tbe Bowlers onterod tbo second tame with Iota of confidence, end on tho other band LaBeiie's "big aiz" were firmly determined to break even, and in thia the latter ancceeded, defeating the erstwhile leadera by nearly fifty pins. In tbe first yamo the featuro was the fine work by George Haunan, who roiled to tbo tuno of 190. For Tbe Howlers Ebellne made 180. Score: Tbe Bowlers?Lamb 114, Laird 143, Ebelini 180, .Staller 121, Biheldailer 140, Bpeldel 141; total 839. La Belle?Qannan 198, Stovenaon 133, Welia 128, J. Day 128, Wriifht 117, "Blind" 125; total 827. The second game did not develops either tbe high individual or team scores of the first game. The score in detail waa as follows: La Belle?Hannaa 121, Stevenson 147, Wells 132, 1. Day 100, Wright 149, "RlinH" 15.1 tntfll KSSL The Bowlers?Lamb 152, Laird 140, libeling: 1G2, Stotler 105, Kiheldofler 120, Spoidel 107; total 780. SOUTIi SIDK WINS TWO. TIio Phoenix Club Jfeurly Wins From the Crack .South Hide Club. BOOTH SIDE LEAGUE. High Avorago Club. Won- Lost PorcL Score, dcoro. South Side.. 7 1 .875 WW 811! Kpoke........? 5 1 .m 80S 743 Hustler* 6 S .625 819 718 HarVeat 0 8 .(W5 7M 72G BxceUlor 4 4 .000 828 7fi0 Buckeve. 3 6 .375 822 712 Mozart, 2 C .250 77S 715 Fhoeulx 0 8 .000 770 710 The Phoenix and South Side clubs, of the South Side Bowlin* League, played at Fette's alleya on the South Side last sight. In the first game Phoenix nearly won from the leaders. One of the Phoenix players rolled on tho opposition's alley and thereby lost a ball, or victory would probably have perched for the first time on the banuers of * Captain Sh&uley's team. The score: bouth Sids?Speldel 132, Marschner, 128, Ilorstn'ion 136, Ilandlan ISO, Travis 148. "Blind" 118. Total 779. Phoenix?Sdauley 12ti, Mull 119, Stnib 135, Fundia 131, Nounun 110, Worlg 143. Total 770. The second gamo: South Side?Soeidel 127, Marshuer 103, Hoeituinn 120, H&ndlan 103, Travis 150. Dadley 133; total 742. Phajulx?Shanley 120, Mull 113, Staib 119, Fundis 105, NeumonlOO, Worla 124; total 661. WILIj TlTltN l'KOFUSrilONAL. John 8. Johnaon Will Race Against ' "Zlmray" at Mndiaon Square Garden. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 22.?Owing to a strong wind to-day, Johnson did not make an attempt to lower any more rourds. Tho "quad" team here, composed of P. O'Connor, H. A. Seavey, H. B. Steensoo and W. A. Rhodes, wont out alter the unpaood mile record, and clipped off eight seconds Iroin the former record ol 2:02, made at Buffalo, N. Y., about threo years ago. The fractional time was as follows: Quarter, :28; third, :37; half, :55 2-5; two-tbtr ds, 1:15; three-quarters, 1:243-6; mile, 1:54. Johnson mil not go against tne Hour record, not naviag suujcieiit pacers, but ho will remain hero for a few days to have a crack at the unpaced mile. From here Johnson and Eck will 170 to Now York to tako part in the races in Madison Square Gurdon, which commence next Tuoidav. (Tho announcement of Johnson's determination to raco at Madiaon Sqnaro Garden means that the speedy Swodo will join the professional rank*, and that "Simmy" and "Jonnie" will once more corno together.) KACtiH AT SI. ASAPIf. Favorites lind tho Call YoMterdaj?Eatrlos for To-day's Itncef. V'jisniNoio.v, Nov. 22.?Favoritoe again scored in (onr of tho evonta at tho St. Aiapli courso to-day. Tlie weatlior was clear ami the track ciippy. Summary : First, six and n lirff furlongs?Ed Kearney won; Asalgnoo eecoud; Prig third. Timo, l:23j. Second, six furlongs?Oily Gamin won: Farthenin socondj Maurice colt third. Timo. 1:17}. Third, seven furlongs?Indra won; Mclntyro socand; Longbrook third. Timo, 1:29}. Fourth, mlla and a quarter?Charter won; fiaroneis second; Clarui third, Timo, 2:12. mm, ais larlonKS-'Uenarocatu won; Enchanter second; Minerva third. Time, 1:17}. Sixth, flvo nnd n half furlong!?Wernberg won; Will Elliott aecond; Elberon third. Timo, 1:10. TO-DAY'H nNTIllEfl. Six nnd n half furlonizi, aollinp;?Kilkenny, 100; tvillie AlcAnlitlo, Kconotuixt, Madatonn, Kunyon, 10.); Bos* lieDtifl, Blondy'a Victim, Uovornor Klfor, lion Adventure, Anxiety, 10:i; White Wings, Lorimer, 107. Throe-quarter mile, aellinK?Komping Girl, 94; Hcd Top. Buckeye, 102; Etoaian,106; Jack the Jon, 108: Vocal ity, 04. Throe-qnarter mile, aollmi!?Melody, Flirt, Star Actreaa, Partway, 110. Throe-fnurtha mile, aelling?Old Dominion. 104; Little Tntn, 05: Prinoe I John, 02; Saui Wellor, Hardy Fox, 101; I Polydora, 98. Seven-elghtha mile, aelling?LooI nardo, 191; Ella Hood, 86| Gallatin, 108; | Bllrzurd, 197; Tlturaton, 102. Five-elghtha mile, tnaldena?Senator Veat, Hanpho, Hullnut, Lady Superior, Nlnoty-Bovon, Vidocq, Knnetli, Slaggio ornun, riavanoo, vision, I'ocolarc., 110. | Harvard mikI Ya1?. | Ynlo'fl llno-up Saturday against HarI tart will bo m follow* i Cap lain -.V - . fllnkey, left fad; Beard, left tackle; McCrae, loft iroard; Btiliman, centre; Hlckok, right raard; Mnrphy. rlrbt Uckle; Loait Ilinker, neht end; Adee, quarter back; Thome, left half; Jetr?in?, rifrht half, and Ratterworth, (all- 1 back. I*?i1d*U7T1 Hucea. Lcxixotok, Kr.t No*. 21?Weather i oleaaaat, track faat. Sommar*: Fir?!, aeven farlonjt*?The Ironmuter won; time, 1:2a Second, four and a half forlonin?Avalanche won; tiiae, i :5& Third, aiz Xarloogi?Clintr C. won; time, l:14f. Fourth. one mileGreenwich won; time, 1:412. Fifth, five furlongs?Sum* won; tinre, 1:02}. Sixth, fire furJonjri?ToaghTimber won; time, 1:02*. ABOUT PKOPLE. tftranger* la the City anil lTUaillai Pollci Abroad. Henry Conant |a back from Pittbargh. Henry Mellio ii in Cincinnati, on btuiaou. Thurman Spriggs, of Woodsfleld, is a . Windsor arrival. Miss Maggie Thomu il TisiUng : friends in Allegheny. Edwin Mitchell, of Lexington, Ky., la ! visiting frienda in tbe city. Cmpt. J. B. Johnson, of .Cleveland, , autographed at the McLure. , 8. D. Sbnman.of New Matamoras, was i here yesterday and registered at the Behler. I Jaraea Forsyth, of Mannington, is ia 1 the city and ia autographed at tho lio- f1 tcl Behler. < Mrs. D. B. Lay, of Sistersville, and Mrs. Mitchell, 01 Mannington, were at tbe Stamm. W. M. Sliaw, of Cincinnati, a woll , known traveling passenger agent, is a j McLuro gneiL , William Gans, of Baltimore, who sella I umbrellas, was hero yesterday, a gueat 1 of the McLure. I w. v. TQVonfsr, ot rittanurgn, a trav- ' oling paeienger agent, figuroa on the 1 McLure register. Charlei W. Barrlck and Jacob Koontz, well-known New Martinivilie people, are at the Behlor. Edward Martin, ot Steubenville, who ha* been the gaoit of frienda ou jthe South Side, haa returned home. Uoorge Geddoe, of Cincinnati', renroaooting the Herring-Hnll-Marvin Safe Company, ia here 011 u builnois trip. N. F. Clark, ot Oil City; D. M. Olemaon, A. W. Lov and Thornaa Liggett, of Pittsburgh, were among the oil people ia the city yeaterday. A. D. Adler, ot A. L. Rico & Co., ot Main Btroet, urrivod home from New York and the east yeaterday, after a week'e busineaa trip. jC. C. Koush, of Beilview, Ohio, who baa been lorioualy ill here for a week, left for hie home yesterday to recaperate. Ho represents Pyle'a Pearline. William Ilaworth, of Now York, the woll known playwright, author ot "On c me -uisBisfljppj, mat wui prouutcu at the Opera Houbo last nfght, wus at the Windsor. Mr. E. H. Carver, United States special examiner of pensions, of Washing? ton, D. 0., has been given Wheeling for his headquarters. Mr. Carver and family have rooms at 112 South Front street, Island. The continued prosperity of Mr. Louie Aldrich in "My Partner' proves the lasting popularity of both play and player. Mr. Aldrich will present the revival of the great play in New York during the approaching holidays. Orders have already boon received for seatB. Building a Wheel. Oscar T. Smith, the well-known local wboelman, is showing a surprising amount of genius in whoel construction. In his Repair shop on Market street ho iB putting in his idle momenta in the construction of one of the lightest racing wheels ever built. The avorago racing machine woighs Hftoou pounds, but Smith expects to have one that will tip tho scales under fourteen c pounds. He has already completed the - huKa avion whinh tvoicrh nn 1 v n]Avnn I oancea, three ounces loss than any pair c be iiaa seen. ^ Marie Wntnwrlffht. The charming actress and beautiful woman, Marie Wainwrlght, will appear E at tlie Upora House on Monday, November 20, in her now society drama, "Daughters of Eve," written expressly 0 for her by A. E. Lancaster and Julian j Magnus, authors of "Conscience." Hits t Wninwrightwill appoar in the dual role 0 of twin sisters, which is said to give her y superb opportunities for the display of r the most varied feelings and passions, 'j It is an essentially modern play, and t deals with social problems that nro attracting general attention. Tho cast l will bo unusually strong, including Nathaniel Ilartnig, Ed Poland, 3. 1. Koefe, Estelle Dale and Janet Northern. Tho new play has been most highly praised in Now York. Tho New York ' Recorder of October 23 said: "It is a ' play with a strong emotional basis, ond ' is replete with exciting and dramatic situations." t "Tho Life Guard," A cordial welcomo wag extended to Joseph J. DowlinK and Myra" Davia at tho Grand last night in thoir now play. f "The Life Guard." The play wna well rnrnivnrl nnrl nnnh mnmbnp of thocaflt was cl?vor in tho rolos Designed. That the audi on co was delighted wns maul- t foatod by tho frequent and doaerved ap- ( plause which greeted tho depiction of tho especially strong situations. Thero r are many realistic scenes in tho play c and tho specialties are all good. Tho snmo play will bo repeated to-night, to* 3 morrow aftornoon and night. Ia A Hack Number." William Collier believes in a good * supporting company, and does not want the play to drag when tho star is off tho stage. Tho member* of his company t all rank high, and thore is not one of < the numbor, including Georgo W. Leslie, Jamob II. Smith, M. L. Ileckerl, H. i A. Smith, Edward CJIark, Loulso Allon Collier, Ilelon ltoimor, Bello Bucklin j and Mattio Karle, but who has attained distinct individual success. iXTEiT^M : I^g Running 1 ; @ Sores-1 ' 1" Cures ^9| | | the Serpent's J < I Stinsr. $ j| i feSo! mbmi8Sr5S2| i m oluwm ruiauw amJ nI(Wrs ylel(| to iu \\] Hi Ih bIIhk power*. ItN-flf c Al more* tlio poUon nn?l build* up tho \ III A raltitM* imllM H U? dlMtM *td IU imUMIt 7IJ , Ill m|I?4 fr*?. Ill 1 ieasaBsassinGsi^BSi! ' THE CATHEDRAL MUMIOX. Th? I'MUiiit Fathan Pr??eh ou To?per?ace~n*ay fttpi th? Pl?4ge. Tbe miacioo service* being condacted it the cathedral thia week (or women ire being attended bj large numbert. lite Paulitt /athera are condoctiog the lervicee, and the church haa been crowded at every aenrice. Laat evening tbe topic for diacniaion wa? temperance, and Father Clark delivered a sermon on that subject. The cathedral waa crowded with from 1,800 to 2^)00 L _ WA? rtf ?Jm women, wnu uccupicu oio?? kb> ? * ?*? large audience room, a large number being forced to aland. The first point tlie apeaker dwelt apon >u tbe duty of mothers in the rotating of tboir children, lie wished to impress npon them the reeponalbility devolving upon them to teach the child tbe borrora attendant upon tbe uae of intoxicating liquors. Tbe mother hould endeavor in *11 things to keep a watchful oye upon her offspring until thev reach maturity, and if this is done tbe likelihood of their becoming intemperate will be greatly reduced. Another idea for mothera to observe was to see tbat the children are not put into any Janger from keeping intoxicaata in ibeir home. Tbe child who sees ita parents indulging in liquori at borne :annot be expected to have a great smonnt of atrength to resilt temptation iway from home. The evil eflecta of liquor on tbe huaan ayatem.aaide from the moral effects >t drunkenness, are auch aa to lead the .hieking man to shun iU Tbe life is iborlaned, and the leading scientists lave proven the hereditary tendenoy ts shown in tbe children of drunkards. One of the strongest paints was the poverty and crime resulting from iniulgence in liqnor. The money spent or wmsicy Dy mo woraingmen in turn country while tboy wore enjoying (rood ,inio* and cuod wages, if saved, would lare tided tbein over the present hard imea. The men who make Urge saW iriea often apend their money for liquor ind thus neglect their families. lie cloaed with a strong appoal to the mdience to follow the example of Cliriat ind hia passion. The Bufferings on the iross and the cry "I thirst," were ouobinaly referred to. Each one present received a total ibatinence pledge in which they promae not to toach any intoxicants. The iledge alio contains a number of reawns why the pledge should be obserred. ittacbeil to each pledge is a ooapon rhich, when the pledge is signed, is to ie torn off and given to the mission fathers. The meetings this woek are.all tor romen and the ones next week will bo ;iven exclusively for men. On next fhursday night a temperanoe sermon rill bo preached to the men. Slitersvllle Not ph. 'ptcial Correspondence of the IntcUlqcncir. tinjTEKSviLLK, W. VA., NOV. 22.?0. J? Josford, of Reeling, has secured a ease on the new Hotel Wells, and will ipen up aboat Christinas. Mr. Hoaford rtpinArfw mnnnmJ thn Kort'Honrv club n Wheeling. Capt. W. E. Roe, of Jthe steamer 'BarndUall," was in the city yesterday. Norman L. -Stanton, jr., and William ), Kidd, of Baltimore, Md., wore bare esterday on buainesi. Jatnea A. Klein, the drummer, of 'ittaburgh, was a viaitor bere yesterlay. John Davia, proprietor of the Hotel Jewell, returned yesterday from a biialichh trip to Oolumbua, 0. G. H. Geigor, of Dayton, 0., and 0. iV. Hartman, of Wheeling, were hero esterday on boalneai. George W. Crawford, manager of the few Martinsville Gaa Company, was lore yesterday on business for that umpany. The McDormott No. 1, on the Llppinott farm, Wilson run, twelve miles due rest of hero, in Washington county, )hIo, came in yesterday and is hopoessly dry. The difficulties which arose about the nmn on thn Holmoa farm have been ad ustod and tbo Jolly Oil Company startid drilling yesterday. .During the lost fow days teamsters iave been hanling from here tho wuliinory of tbo old Pollock flour mill in Vbeehng to a new mill noar Middlelourne. MAKTINM FKKKY. laps and MtrtUaps iu tun Thriving Cltj Acrotn the Btvor. Miss Elica M. Greer died last evening it 7 o'clock at her home on West Wash gton streot, ot consumption, aged wenty-throe years. 8he was a memoer >f tho M. K. church and was a splendid oung lady. The funeral will take ilaco to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, .'ho interment will bo at Weeks' coiueery. Rev. Hotchkiss, the evangelist, will told services in the Y. M. 0. A. tolight and to-morrow night and Sunday item oon. The Carroll county grand jury roused to indict miners lor burning tho Vheeling A Lake Erio bridges during ho striko. Silas lioughes is moving to a farm iear Iionoy's Point, for which ho raded his Second street property and ;rocery. A number of Martin's Ferry people trill attend the State College-W. & J. oot ball gamo at Washington, Pa., tolay. Eight couples of young people will atend a party this afternoon at tho home if Miss Malcoine. in Bellnire. to-night. Mrs. Willlaiu Armstrong, of Alletfheiv, Pa., apont yoBtorday with Mra. Bobiri lloalop, on Fifth atreot. F. U. iittUsoll will set a pension of 8 per month with back pay for three roars. Fivo puddling furnaces and four scrap urnacoa are on at tho iEtna-Standurd uill. Konworthy llogo, of Dolaware, wa9 bo pueatof his sou, E. K. Hoge, yoitorlay. George W. Heece will entortain bis Sunday school class this evening. A. U Wotherald, of Indiana, is visitnrf litu ann tVillinm WnMinrnlil. "b " ? uw"> Hinging Noiiioa [n tho oars, somotimos n roaring, butting sound, aro caused by catarrh, that jxeeodingly disagreeable and very coinlion ilisonso. Loss of smell or hearing 11 ho result from catarrh. Hood's Sarlaparilla, the groat blood purifier, is n peculiarly successful remedy for this lisonse, "which it cures by purifying ,he blood. Hoon's Piitm are tho host aftor dinner pllla, assist digestion, prevent const!paion. 4 W. A. McGumk, a well known citireu >f McKay, Ohio, is of tho opinion that here is nothing: as good for children roublod with colds or croup as OhnmjerlainV Cough Romody, lie lias used i in his family for several years with ;he best results and always koepa a botlo of it in tho house. Aftor having la grippe ho was himsoU troubled with a levero cough. lie used othor romodieti nrithout bonofit and then concluded to ;ry tho children'! mediciuo aud to hie iolight It soon effected a porinanont sure. - - - . . .. - _ THE SATAGES IRE GOXE Succeeded by Fmi to civllU&ctoo Agalaat Which Steel anil Ballelfftro UnamlU lBf. "Where put cltiv now Ibe Indian* oncesknlkod among the tree* If loir In wait fjr the unauftpeotlug settler." u;i the teacher who tell* llule bora and glrla about tbo growth of tbalr country. He might add that danger did not depart with the laragu The unreleotiug enemy of thla veneration la Impure air. It Ilea la wait In ahops. oflcea and homes, and eren in the atrectt. Yon yawn and stretch and feel lncllnod to doie when yonabould be wide awake; you are keenly hungry at times, yet you torn from tbe - - l_ <k. K?.4.l(.b> Ifbt 01 looa. a aau icauna m * ??? ?.???to 70a day and by night. This foe has fastened himself upon you. You are not bis only victim. Follow the example of-the others, and shake off the effects of foul air by that surest and best of stimulant's. Duffjr's Pure Malt Whiskey. This article baa | bean made with a view to its efficacy lu helping the bod* to oreroome the lauitudu and weakI ness following Interne work, excitemvui and Shyslcal hardship of anr sort. Coudltlou* proucin* a alow circulation and debility of the digestive organs may lay the foundations for [ long ilckness. The best war to combat tbom. as the foremost medical authorities admit, is to use aatimulanl which must be absolutely frco | from deleterious aubstanee. All the requirements of scleuoo in this dlreo1 tlon are met by Puffr'a Pure Malt Whiskey. DrugxUta and grocers know thl? and therefore always hare ltfe stock. DKLbAIRK. AIISorts of Loostl News an t Gossip frone the Giaaa OUr. An elaborate reception was held In Turner hall Wednoa'lay night for Mr. Edward Rodewig and "bride. Hia marriage to Miss TiJlie Jahnke took plnce 1 I,-. In'hnp nhmrln. U ( IUD UUU1D U? UO> I ??MW. f wwa.iu. Jahnlce, on Gravel hill, the ceremony being performod by Kov. L. M. Woias. Fully 200 enjoyed themaeivos at tlie hall after the wedding ceremony, Dr. D. W. Loug, health ofBcer of this city, ii suffering Intense pain from nn apparently slight lore on the end of one ol hie fore fingers. It is puzzling all of tho physicians, but they have boat concluded it ie a bad case of paisonlngand that the end of the finger will 'have to be amputated or the poisoned portion cut oft A number ot papers havo mentioned Frank B. Archer, chairman of the Republican county committee and extreasurer of this county, (or treasurer of state, but Frank is attending to bnsiness here strictly now anil eschews politics for the present. A surprise party was given Mrs. Ruplo, the old lady who fell through the ceiling from an nttic at her homo rocontly, and thosowho called provided her with a bounteous supply of good things. William Brennin and Mrs. William Tallett will be givon a hearing before '-Squire Mflaon to-morrow morning at 8 .o'clock. They have both bojjun to feel repentant over their peculiar position. Auditor J. A. Henderson ie home from a mooting of the auditors of the state at Columbus. Ho lias boen secretary the past year for tho stato organiza* tion. George W. Woodbridge, administrator for the old Bhanley property, will offer it for sale shortly to pay ofl the debts against the estate. A number of gentlemen wore ftaudeomely entertained at the home of Mr. W. C. Bergundtbal by that gentloman yesterday evening. A number of Bellairo people will go to Siatorsville on Thanksgiving Eve to attend a fashionable ball to be given there. The Womans'. Christian Temporance Union elected officers at the home of the Misses Cratty yesterday evening. Bellairo chapter, R. A. M., will meet for work to-niyht Morrinon'ti "Faust." A first class company, magnificent ecenory, calcium lishts, electrical effects and wonderful mechanical contrivances all go to make up tho magnificent performance of "Faust" as ifiven by the Morrison company. It will bo given in ite entirety at the Opera House next Thursday, Thanksgiving, matinee and evening. Boo tho World's Fair for Fifteen Conts. Upon recoipt of your nddross and 15 conts in postage stamps, wo will mail you propaid our Souvenir Portfolio of the World's Columbian Exposition. Tho regular price is 50 cents, but as we want you to have one, wo make tho price nominal. You will find it a work of art and a thing to be prised. It contains full page viows of tho groat buildings, with descriptions of same, and is executed in highest style of art. If not satisfied with it after you got it, wo will refund tho stamps and lot you keep the book. Address H. E. 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I BtMI AddrtM FOR SAME BY LOOAN DBUO 00. &&%<%,'%+*>%*>%*%*%*%+*& H'C5-.fr4*r9<^v Aro you * # ACHES? # OB KIDNE' FOR 3At,l! BY LOGAN DRDO Ca Weak, Ner tVflll who hare bwn hnmbTjmrfld TIIU "Crayon,""Trpctoo-? ^V? 1 v" yonntolf rrowto? older odi mIib aoomod. Utera I* no bopo jrr.avo, or drifting upon a HJionlr?n i YOtmSBLF ! Til Ell J PERFEGT Mi Write mo fall hlitorr of your cui, and foi la*. tny kill ti ereit. 1 h?yr eared thnaMi Kl> write befor# taking treatment eliewhtr HritlrlBMaent avarrwlier* (but never C. Dr. N. ?* WOOD. President. CHICAGO MEDICAL ft S :E>S?. mo' J? PENNYROYAL l$t28Cl^f&.AolE for DR. KQTT'S PEI7] ^?B9fW?? Or- Sena lor circular. it x*S2aCOR DR. MOTT'S CHEJ For sale In Wheeling by the LOGAN DRUG CO.. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES. ; W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE n'o soucaking. Jtr^. *s. CORDOVAN, jM -X ifHEHCHiENAMEUEDCALf;-! Bm 7 MfVrfr ?3.5?POLICE,3Sous. ????* *j2.*L^s BoysSchodlShoes. e$!f?~\ FCR CATALOGUE TCtare5flwW* L* DOUGLAS* BROCKTON, MASS. Von can Bare tnoner by purchasing W. L. Dotigla* nnoCB, Because, we are the largest manufacturers of Advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee the value by stamping the name ana pricc on , the bottom, which protects you Against high prices and the mlddleman'a profits. Ourahoea mial Aiulnm wnrk In mi* filtlnir nn<1 wearing qualities. We hare them sold every, where at lower prices for the value given than any other moke. Take no substitute. If your' dealer cannot supply you. we can. Sold by P.II. MKNKKHBIXEK, Slftl Market St. T..I. stqni:, h> i ? muin Str.-ot, |vf, MW.tr STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC. JustReceived ?* full i.ikc or? FOOT BALLS, BOXING GLOVES, STRIKING BAGS,' DUMB BELLS, INDIAN CLUBS, etc., ^ ?AT? CABLE BEOS'., nn!7 mna Mnrlraf Qfrnnt F HAVE SUCCEEDED^IN I'KOCntl.Ntt TWENTY MOKE llKl'ltINT WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY! TO SELL AT?*7 Thotc who Uiur? Uoon wafting should call oarly befuro thU lot Is sold out. STANTON'S B,??, gCIIOOL HOOKS And School HUtionorjr. MUocllunoom Hook-t. Cheap Publication#. rualilou ntid Literary MagazlneA. Dally uud Weokly Tnpcnt dolivorcd anywhoro. C. II. QUIMBY, 14H Market St root. THE INTELLIGENCE!* IK A Cuuu AND l'KUKMTABLB VkTU. ' V , \ ' * , j'; . , , ' ' . i'. .L. ' I. * 'J' h'lJ - ^Jl it is crt prescription for Infanu cither Opium, Morphine nor It is a harmless substitute iin(J Syrups, nnd Castor Oil, itee is thirty years' use bj ria Is the Children's Panoce* Castoria. Castorl* cores Colic, Constipation, Boar Stomach, DiorrbcDa, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, aud pxumoUs 4 Without injurious medication. 44 Par several yean I ham mcrmoeodij your Cairtorta,' and shall always conUtme fc do so as it has invariably j>n*iuml bi-nwi^y rucultA." Eowiw F. Pardkt, M. 125th Street and 7th Arc., Now York Qjj vnctajrr, 77 Mpbiut Strut, Nnr Yoiu Chf FOR WOMEN ThUtnarvaloua tonic for ihtMtM f jittm, ttlmuUtu and rutw* jl. Kiant ruttgj mid t-o??r; COin tinea*, Prolapaoi, Ner?o?M Debility, Wakafnlfttv ic< hu a direct lnflQ?ncc on the vterna and miasm r I.VLAUOK andUA?M!r undeveloped prut. ? tar f??. Package eonUlnin? internal ma tori) tri* Addreaa PlAl/fiMICIKB CO., Cletel.od. o. Bro?.. Twelfth and Market 3tnwU. zoM PROVE A FOUL BAR. IN GIRL IF SHE USES 3LIO n a Few Day*. '<*? ???ui r.rf., wrak i* ill on*, ???kt dfapandrnt. low ?|#trll??1 ?nd Oi In laiaaliy ?r eaataaptlaa. CHAlK'fl *UlU 1Mb n* tlx tbr tl.trtk, ?IHi ? wrttla* ?u?riBlw ta Mr* m rthM CRANE MEDICAL CO., Columbus. Ohio. dcl.VMvpivr *%%%%%* 30NSTIPATB0? Do you luvo HEAD* U your NERVOUS SYSTEM, LIVER rs out of order? If so, euro yourtell by | UVti Celery Tea. It improve! the 3N. One mouth's treatment 250. Tint ,\ . Samples seat free. Address, Wriqht'8 Celery Tea Co., OOLUMBU8. OHIO. dolS-mrww vous Men! by the "Bloctrie Belli,'* - Fellow Bufl?rfr.""Bol?i* carnn." "ITroo Curo" quack*, and who bar# fou4 d wortei YOU woo bare Riven up Indoipalr.aylM for inci" to you 1 aur. who nro slnklnir Into an wj! ice oi alchneaa and mlafortgno. I P, and 8AVB SWHOI'K: TTTBlB Tn xa A CUHM MHOOD RESTORED SUMTIOlf U?T*and inoracf Book. Mf laworwj ?iiMj , 1Ck* CV'EX toll. Twtnty yean #ft>art?i)?a. If UIW ?. CoBiaUaUoiu poraofully or by mail, tr? and O, D. kb ta?a ord#r?4.) A IriaodJy IHUrmay dlrartyoaloHHUl UKQICAL INSTITUTE, 30 Van Buran 6L Chicago.il uuHVrrhM?_ IH mil M The only aafo, sun and nx fm m \ZT ^Uoblo Femolo PILL 011 tf evor offerod t0 Lndi. *, HRI I X especially rocommcndS IkLVB ed to marriod Ludlci, snrsOTAXi PXLLS and take no oth? Ico ^1.00 per box* 6 boxe* for fS.Ok IICAL COh - Cleveland, Ohia Main aad Tcnttt StreeM. WALL PAPERS AND BORDERS. if. JOS. GRAVES,?DXAlRtt W WallPaperandBorders, BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, BABY CARRIAGES, Eta. Largest stock and greatest variety in the city. SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICBi 20 TWELFTH STREET. EDUCATIONAL. Mrs. M. Stevens Hart's School for Young Ladies and Children^ 1310 and 1318 Mnrket St., Wheeling, W.Y* Tho Island cnni aud olectrlc motor* piw $ iloor. Fourth nniiual HC-titon buglus MONUai? Septorobor 17, 1891. This achool olftr* ? pletoimd thorough oducatlon In Practi lUli. Mathematics. English Clonics. Utlu aJ Modorit rnuguage*. The ncliooi coiniUU of Primary. Intermo>lUW? Academic and Collogo Preparatory department* The method* and oouno of Instrnctlou wj? compare favorably with tho host samiiwrW 13 tho country. llni?* nu'iilvail <t* th? Prltnur* find InMP mediate. For circular* or "interview. nppl>'w hk&'m. 8TKVKX8 HAKT, Principal, VVbeollng. ^ PHOTOGRAPHY. Higgins* Gallery, 49 twelfth stftbet. Photographs JULES' AKT STUDld r-HOTOGIlAPIIS' ivimum a i'A9TKu Ob, Cairo* **** and Ink. 21WHIN STREET.