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TheEaatem League Makes Up a Circuit, o! Elgrht Clubj. TWO MORE MAY BE ADMITTED. Nameless Club Defeated by La Belle Xiasc .Night?Tiie Latter Una a Chance far l-'irst Series Championship Vet?The tfcores Wero Not Large?"I'llFoot Hall Game Satur<!- ??Oilijit. !/ ?? VniM of Snort. The" Eastern League of base bal! club* yesterday at New York decided to give the Toronto franchise to Peter Kyan. The Rochester fraachiie was given to ; Lembargman Englenart. The Scrantoo club, which came into the league laat year on the withdrawal of Troy, was given the franchiao formerly hold by the 'lroy club. Mr. Jaines Franklin notified the league that he had come to a satisfactory arrangement with the , Erie players as to the purchase of the i franchise and players of that team. Charles Morton goes to Butfalo as manager, C. H. Morton, of Buffalo, J2. F. Bogert, of \\ ilkeabarre, and W. L. J Betts, of Scranton, were appointed a committeo to revive the constitution. A strong caso for a franchise waa made by 1 Newark and Bridgeport, and the chief 1 duly of tijo circuit committee will be to ' report as to whether it will uot be advi- < sable to make the league a ten club circuit. If the number of clubs is increased, Patterson and Fall"River will also en- ? deavor to secure a franchise, bhould I the committee dfecido in favor of the ad- I dition, Wilkedbarro or Scran ton will bo < changed from the eastern to the west ern division. J President Powers was unanimously 1 re-elected president, secretary and ? treasurer, at an increased salary. The 1 new board of directors was appointed t -* t I t una consists 01 .mmci x-iaumiu, ?. Buffalo; vieorgo M. Kuntzche, of Syracase; W. 1L Draper, of Providence, and E. F. Bogert, of Wilkesbarre. PresMent Powers asked that the preparation of next year's schedule be delegated to acomiuitteo instead of be* ing loft fiololy in bis bands. U. H. Morton, of Bnllalo, A. K. Johnson, of Providence, and the president wore appointed a committed to report iu the matter. It was unanimously decided to remain in class B, the national agreement. Jj\ IthliliK WIN.n TWO. Tlie Nnuielenn Club not u Factor to the Flrnt Serif* Now. WHEELING LEAGUE. High Average Clnb. Won. Loiu I'crct. ."jcore. Score. Tbc Brownie*. 13 l .'.Ms who tew Lalielle 11 a .785 S67 810 The Bowlers-... 10 4 .711 877 7V0 Nameless y 5 .012 88'J 77y Provident- 6 0 .500 Ni8 744 Col tl Ul bia 0 8 .130 871 000 Wlie?jlitiK & 7 .417 8*1 785 CuluiueL 2 10 .107 836 774 ]'en and Pencil l 9 .100 887 707 J<OtuS 1 11 .083 777 746 Last night at Wheeling Park alleys two games wero rolled in the Wheeling League clinmnionsliip sorics, the contesting teams being the LaBelle and Nameless. The games were important, as the two teams wero tied for second place in tho race for the penant, and a double victory for either would put tho J othor oat of tho fight for first place. La < Belle succeeded in dofeating Nameless in both gamos, much to the disappoint- > merit of the Namoioss boya, who were confidently counting on two victorios. ' The scores in neither of the two games 1 wero high, in fact they were undor tho averago work of the two teams. In the 1 first game Campbell, of Nameless, rolled < high score, 157, and Will Day, for La I Belle, led with 148. Die score: ' La Belle?Stovouson 139, Vv. Day 148, < W. Wells 117, J. Day 147, Ilannan 129, ' Blind 110, total 790. : Namelosa?H. Wells 118, Bowl in 130, < Caronbauer 120, Aul 114, Campbell 157, 1 Atkinson 11G, total 755. 1 JJI Helle..71. 141. 212. 291. 403, 473. 555. 631. 725. 790 Nameless 72,145, 222, 2*J, 382, 455.530, 000, GW. 755 In the socond contest the two teams alternated in the lead and up to the eiirhth fratno Nameless had the better 1 of the Argument, but in the ninth La 1 Belle took tho load and increased it in 1 the tenth. Will .Stevenson rolled high I ecoro for La Belle and Campbell again ' did tho boat work ou the Namolest aide. Tho score: ] La Belle?Stevenson 155, W. Day 127, ' W. Wells 110, J. Day 138, Hannan 126, Blind 120, total 73'.). 1 Nameleas?II. Well* 98, Bowlin 134, 1 Oarenbauer 128, Aul 124, Campbell 141, Atkinson 12S, total 75'J. > I La B?llc...73.155. 222, MS. .171, 461. .127. M7. 700. 789 Xaraelcw.tft. 145.211, rJil, 371. 4oU. 639. Oil, 681, 7i3 TO-MOKIIOW'a GAMIi. Wanhlugton nnd .Martin's Forry l'oot Ball Ton inh I'lnjr Saturday. Tho game of foot ball to-morrow betwoen the Martin's Ferry Y. M. C. A. aud Washington elevens will be played on tho grounds of tho former in Mar- 1 tin's Ferry and will probaby be the boat j game oi the year. Tho game will be < called at 3 o'clock sharp. Tho Wash ington team will consist of Aiken and four or five other crack Wash-Jeir players and Sentnoii and other lirst class players oi Washington. The college players know that the Martin's Forry < team is a strong one and they will come with the best eleven they can get together. They aro awaro that Martin's Ferry has improved wonderfully since last season and that they will not havo a walk-over. Tho Wash-Jeff team, i strong as it was, would have been well i I._.l J* ..I.| \T nptin'u I mniCIIUU iiuu lb imttvou a^iiinow !????. V... ? Furry last Saturday, as scheduled, and not a few people think that Martin's Ferry would have won. Tlio Martin's Ferry boys havo boon practicing tliia week aud aro in good shapo for to-morrow's contest. Hubert Kit wards, ono of the playor*. wiio had I his foot sprained, will be all right by that timo. ___ It Wii? No Content. To an "Anxious Inquirer" tho inform- 1 ation is given that tho tistic battle between Peter Jackpon aud James J. Corbett bofore the Olympic Club, in San Franeiaco, May 21, 1891, was denlarod "no contoat" after aixty-ono rounds had boon fought. Tho light was for a $10,01)0 purse, but the club gavo each lighter $2,500. Alaxiiiiilrlii Kutrle*. Kntrioa for to-day at Alexandria are aa follows: Half milo, Belling?Grango Camp, Chilloti, Vigilant, (.ioaaamor, Charlov Jt, Tho Dudo, Ericcaon, Mia* Primrose. Is'inoty-Sovon, Anxiety, Intor Ocean. Despatch, Xorno, Lady Superior, Katelle. 1(M. ^ix and a half furlongs, Holling? Gorman, Tho Snake, 100; Jim Jatnou, '04; Kioiizi, Joycuae, i'atti, 10:J; l'iv 1 ; Mi*s i'uliafor, Fnron/.a, \V.: ?li; Sharon, ?d; Urad?l, ; f?ncor, Kvelyn Cartor, 80. i.'iJ . *htU> ?nil?. selling?Jornev, Atlas, Judy Post. Paragon, Ihlf C,"rtJ"U' "71 J- McG.rrlnlo, Ur"d. ??/ All, Magfio B?ck^ i Pickaway, Forrwl. 115; Roland Reed, El J'eleitrtio. 113; Koramoe, 111). One-nielli mile, eelllng?Ataman, Saonterer, War peak, 108; l^izti, 103; Gtllatin, 100; Red Star, 97; Pirate Chief, 94. Si* acd a ball forlons?, ieilini?Jack Lovell, 107; Teild G?21I. Bon Voycje, Carnalite, 104; Frederick*, 101; Pottowattotnie, 00; Mattie Chnm, Repetition, 90. Tim ItailWAV litiiltllllV ?VolJ. An interesting caio was tried before Squire Clark, ia Bridgeport, yesterday, in which 31 r. McXichols, of Martin'l Ferry, was plaintiff and the Beilaire, Bridgeport 6c Martin's Ferry street rail* way defendaut. The testimony revealed that on the night of the big Republican jollification in Wheeling tho plaintiff and iiin wife and brother crossed tho Wheeling Bridge and Terminal Kailway Company's bridge and got on a car at the corner of Firat and Jefferson streets at about 11 o'clock at night. The plaintiff lived in the upper end of Bfartiu's Ferry, and as the car only went as far a* Hanover street and he was compelled to walk a distance of several squares, he brought suit to recover $250 damages. The delendauts claimed that the car was making a special trip and waa not on regular schedule time, and that the special trip had been authorized by the superintendent to run only as far as Hanover street. Lawyer Dixon, of .Martin's Ferry, was counsel for -tho plaintiff and Messrs. Duncau and Jleinlein fought the caie for the defendants, i'tie jury was composed of John Smith, K. Bailey, /?. Martin, W. Kidd, J. Clark ind Everly South. The case was hotly jontetted throughout. The jury, after aeing out a very abort time, brought in i verdict for the defense. Only Want ?tm "iiuiiur." Just now the local steamship agents ire doing a good business in tranaporlation to Europeau ports, the final ?loa.inatiou of the passongers, in tnoat :aae?, being points in Auatria and Italy. Mr. H. F. Behrena, who represonta sev>ral lines, saya that the people who aro eavingare the laborers who have been nnployed in local industrial plants and n neighboring coal mines, who have tathored together a "stake" ofauflicient limensions to onable them to enjoy ;hemselves on their native heaths for nany moons to come. It is a fact that nany of the lowest class of foreign iajorers are small landed proprietors, ,vho only come to this country to get a mfficient supply of the American Dolar to allow them to live on j|the most nodest scale in their native land. They ire aliens in tho broadest sense of the tvord. The "The Danger Signal," a vory protty railroad drama, whs presented at the 3rand last night to a large audience. Lho drama is by Henry 0. De Mille and a intereating from the first to the last. Its plot ia strong and maintains tho attention of the audience to the end. The iction of tho play ia laid in tho mountain regions of the far west. The scenes presented aro picturosquo and the railroad effects, tho flying lightning oxpress, the freight truin, the railroad locomotive and the anow dIow are new ind very realistic. The company ia a itroni: oue, and judging irotn tue nearly applause they have made a bit anil will no doubt do a big business during the remainder of their engagement in this ilty, which is to-night, lo-ir.orrow matinee and night. "Tlw 1.1 iii>i<nl .tiuit." Elmer E. Vance, manager oi "The Limited Mail," is living testimony to the truth of tho assertiou bo often made ?that "blood will tell," and that pluck ind energy will push itself to the front. July 31, 1890, Manager Vauce was a light telegrapher and train dispatcherat the Union depot, Columbus, Ohio, on a salary of tiftv dollars a month. During !iia leisure moments, and amid the click >f instruments, he wrote what has proven the moat phenouional, artistic, ind financial theatrical success of the jentury?"The Limited Mail"?which I.:m C9no nnn in fnnr IUO IICUCU IliiU UIU1 vowiuvu ... I'onrfi, and has not as yet shown any jvidence of waning popularity. Tliia lttraction will be at the Opera House this oveuing. "Iho Witcli of Uiidor." In the production of "The Witch of ICndor" the Wheeling public will have i chance to seo an ontortainmont which jurpasses any etfort ever made by a local organization. The scenery used In so trnu to life that it is almost imposliblo to distinguish it from roality. L'hotouraphs from the stage setting fiavo boon mistaken for pictures from life. This will prove the iact that "The \vitch of Endor" is not the renult of a chance thought, but is tho fruition of many hours of careful study and many years' experience by inen of talent and geniue. John iiwrnell'rt Grnit Company. A show designed to enrich its proprietors by making millions laugh is the new farce comedy "McFaddon's Dlopetnont," written bv Frank Dumont and produced by Managers Davis and Keogh. Its visit to this city is eagerly anticipated bv all tho lovers of healthy, honoat, riotous fun. Besides its comic ipeechos and ludicrous incidents, it contains an abundanco of interpolated specialties, and an extraordinary powerful company gives tho performance. Tho organization ih headed by John Kernell, and includes also Phil Peters, Dan Waldron. Enitnonds, Emorson and Etnmonds, Nettie Petors, .Mrs. EtnerBoii, Clara Knott, Tillio Darnum and others. _ I'tnTflUt tl?? Maijlclitn. Thoao who were fortunato onongh to witnoss tho porforinanco of Powell when hero Inst season, will bo glad to loarn that his dato is Hot for Saturday Afternoon and evening. No mapician in America is said to have such on olegant outfit nor a brighter and novel programme. Prof. Powell, aside from his dexterity and inventive power, hus the happy faculty of kooping his audionco in continuous IH'JKIIIUI niiuu ?>>? mimioM ?; ? seemingly impossible illusion. Virginia raiaos 5,000,001) bushels of ponnuts and $4,000,000 worth of fruits mid vngatahjew. jg% Heals EflElj Running S Sores. ( I | J the Serpent's Sting. CONTAGIOUS |1v,"V.,lV.!?S??hV 1 BLOOD POISON CIhTo" ?ln.*w?ore? uuuum ruioun nnrt yloI,i ,n,,, tinuMng poworo. If mmotet tho polioo and build* up thn ajruani. A ttlMbU trvtilM on ibt oJmu* and m lrutm#oi IJ J) SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga | MARTINM FRItKV. Hap* and Mishap* in id* Thrlrlng City Acrosa ihe I&lvar. Edward L. Moore, who recently leased the Martin's Ferry opera iK>u?e, will have "Little Trixie" nex: Tuesday night, for which the town is being billed. Madiaon Aldredtte will aell tickets under the new management Manager Moore has aeveral good shows booked. Eighty-ieven criminal! have been sent from Belmont coanty to the state prison daring tho two terms of ahoriil Scott, to thirty-nine sent while Mr. Foalfce was sheriff and torty-ono during ?>.? Ifl-m r\f Mr AiHifWiplt A. VV. Beatty and I). K. Humphrey bars bought the Flushing Advertiser from J. C. Bethel, who has been in Cleveland tince hia sudden departure from Flushing. Mri. JT. M. Judkins will be the editor. G. A. It men in Belmont county talk of chartering a steamboat and going to Louisville on it next fall to attend the national encampment, if there is ?u!Hcient water. Mlas Jessie Helling, daughter of Henry Helling, was surprised oy a party of friends in honor of tier eighteenth birthday on Wednesday evening. Stewart Eggleson, of Columbus, who was formerly principal of the Barnesville schools, was in town yesterday. He is with Qinn & Co. Key. Willis Hotchkiss, the evangelist, will hold his last meeting at the Y. .M. C. A. this evening, after which he will leave for Columbus. Miss liess Griffith returned last eveninf mi tlm itRumar Iron Ouean from a two months' visit at Oallipolis aud Point Pleasant. C. J. Howard, of Barnesville, and James Cope, of Colerain, are mentioned as candidates next fall for the legislature. Dr. J. \V, Dar rah, Park Anderson, George Cooke and Ernost Smith attended the mock trial at Colerain last night. The new postmasters at Bridgeport, St ClairavTlle aud Barnesville will bo aDpointed noxt month, it is said. C. D. La Due, of Dillonvale, was in town yesterday. ( He will engage in the hardware business out there. The funeral of Ralph Kellev will take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock from his home on Clinton street. Frank Beck goes to Central City, W. Va.. to-day to take a position as mould maker in the glass works. Charley O'Beirne, who has been on the sick list for a week or so, is able to be out. James Vickers was married to Miss Mamie Fox by Rev. Dr. J. W. Robins. Charle9 Harvey, of Uhrichsville, was calling on friends here yesterday. A poverty social win oe 1101a in ino M. K. church this evoaing. Tho Laughlin nail works will shut down lo-worrow. Mrs. iJetsov McN'eice died near Key, aged eighty-five. Dode Cochran, tho contractor, was in town yesterday. E. J. Hoyle is visiting rolativoB at Salem, 0. SifltlTHVllW) XoIeK. special Correnpondcnce to the Intelligencer. SisTRRSViLLE, \V. Va., Dec. G.?John U.Smith, the oil man that was assaulted and robbed at Martin's Ferry last night, is well known here, lie loft here Wednesday to purchase some tools for James Hall, who la drilline on the Holmes farm, back of Friendly. . C. U. Fulton and C. 13. Shafler, of Pittsburgh, will locate a well on Wilson rnn soon. Tl?? Knftnn wnll nn thn TTnlov farin. across the river, is in and is a mystery. Nobody not connected with tho well knows whether it is a "pusher" or a "duster." J. J3. Daffy, a well known oil man of Washington, Pa., is in tho city. W. Scott Heatheringtou, with the steamer Eliza H., was in town to*day. They laid up on account of the heavy foe. The last part ot the coal fleet parsed here to-day in almost a continuous Btring. .St. John RockerflhoU9on, manager of the Pittsburgh Coal Company,was here to-day. A Quarter Century Tost For a quarter of a century Dr. King's New Discovery has been tested, and tho millions who have received benefit from its use testify to its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest and hun^B. A remedy that has stood the tost so long and that has given so nnivpriml satisfaction is no uXDeriment. Each bottle is positively guaranteed to give relief, or the money will bo refunded. It is admitted to be the moat roliable for C6ughs and Colds. Trial bottloa free at Logan Drug Co.'a Drug Store. Largeaizo 50c and $1. G Any one who has children will rojoico with L. B. Mulford, of PlainGeld, N. J. ilia little boy, fivo yeara of age, wan sick with croun. For two days and nights ho tried various remedies rocommended by friends and neighbors. Ho nays: "I thoughtsuro I would loso him. 1 had soon Chamberlain's Cough Romedy advertised and thought 1 would try it as a last hope, and am happy to say that after two dosos ho slept until morning. I gave it to him next day and a cure was oHccted. I keop this romedy in the house now, and as soon as any of iny childrou show signs of croup l flivo it'tothnin, and that is tho Inst of it." 25and 50 cent bottles for salo by Charlos K. Goetzo, Will NV. Irwin, Chris. F. Schncpf, Charlos Monkornellor, William E. Williutn*, S. L. Urico, A. K. Schoelo, Will Monkemollor, John Coleman, Richards it McKlroy, SV. II. llaguo. Whooling; Uowiu&Ca. Bridgeport, and B. P. I'eabody & .Son, Hon wood. lliickleti'a Arnica Salvo. The boat oalvo in tho world for cut*, bruises, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fover sores, tottor, chapped hands, chilblains, cornH, and all nkin eruptions, and positively cures pilos, or no pay roquirod. It is guaranteed to givo porfect satisfaction or money ^ refundod. Prico 25 cents per box. For sale by Logan Drug Compnuy. Wh*n Baby wan s!ck, we Rave her Cartoria. V.'hcn sho was a Child, sho criotl for Castor!a. When sho bccamo Mlw, Bhe clung to Cartoria. When sho had Children, aho gavothorn Coatoria. I'llm! file*! Itching IMIea. Symptoms- MoUturc; Intomo itching nii'l Mluglng; most at night; wor?i by scratching. If ! allowedto coutlnuu tuition lortn, which oftvu blewl mil ulcorutu. bocomlug vcrv sore. kwaynk'rt ointment HtopH lit** llclltllg "i?l bleeding, Im-iiIb ulceration. nii-l In mn?t oosas removes the tiisnuiK. At drugglaU. or by mail, fur ftJccuU. l?r. Sway tie X Son. I'hiliulolpUlu. "Ilow to euro All Hkln liu?n<ii.. hlmplr Iipply "SWAVNK'h OlNTMCNT." No iii* tcrnul tnc<llcino requited. Cnroa toiler. cczoum. itch, nil cruptlona on the face, Iihii<1h. noio, leaving tho xkiu clcar, white and Health)'. It* Rival healing arid uorntlvu i?owcr? are potaeated hjr no other remedy. Ask your ilriigglat far uwaymk'i OlNTXRNl. TtOSUW FOGS AND SUNSHINE. Ihelr Sndden Alternation, and i? Effect Upon the IXiiuitin tiu.ly ?A Bit of Kn?jr Latin. Divide the familiar word malaria by cutting lo<*e th? flr?t rll? blf and Tim bare mai, bai. aad (trio, air. Anybody with tbe least sinatteriu*of Latin can rant what the word uiran*. Wherever men lire and work In communities tbe air is full of dancer*. From tbe ground come poisonous exhalations, attacking tbe system to gradually that one It morotbau ball kick before be rcilizes tb.it anything aiU him. lu the late autuuiu when chills and .'ogs alter rule with treacherous sunshine. the health* destroying principles la tho n!r are especially acuve. and their effect Isseeu in the morulng headaches. I eel hut* of lassitude uud stiflucss iu the back ana shoulders. "A little cold." you say. That a all and it will uever live to bo a big one If you drive it out with a pure, gentle. atlmti* inn! A public scntlmeut that is practically unanimouc recommends Duffy's 1'uri' Malt Whiskey for thl* purpose. This standard article dldusei among the organs of the body an in flueucc oblch equalizes clrculatiou and $? prevcui* those coagesUoQN that develop mt < pneumonia. pleurisy and other serious diseases. A stimulant to do thii must be prepared with tlie greatest care, by trained exjwru who have its .medicinal character conatuutly iu view. iNain. ever/ day whiskey is worse than useless as n medicine, oat Duffy > Pur* Malt ban proven its worth in fending oil the debility so comnioa an winter is coming on. Those who use it mi? that iu beneficial eflects are no: only immediate. >m: IikMik BKLLAIItll All Sorts of Locnl News nud Gossip from the Glass City. A now order called the Bellaire Circle of the Protected Home Circle was instituted hero Wednesday evening by I Henry Helraboldt and wife, and tho I following officers of the Bellaire lodgo were installed: Past president, J. li. Hart; president, Jamas Jeffries; vice president, William Pryor; secretary, Mrs. Sarah Henthorn; accountant, Mrs. Jane Pryor; guardian, J. Z. Moore; chaplain, Mrs.|Jennie Jones; treasurer, J. N. Jollriea; guide, John Ilahag; com., MIm Minnie Prvor: norter. Miss Emma Boll; watchman, George Pryor; trustee*, J. Z. Moore, William Pryor anil Jennie Jouet. More prisoners wore sentenced and taken to tho penitentiary during the four years ot Suerifl Scott's term, which ends with this month, than during the eightyears of the terms of .Sheriff Leroy Sedgwick and Sheriff O. K. Foulke. The personal property of tho late Joseph F. Hutchison was sold at public auction yesterday. Many from this city attended. Some things brought fair prices, others went to members of the iamily at nominal bids. George lloil, who recently made an assignment to Hunter S. Armstrong, made a settlement with his creditors, agreeing to pay dollar for dollar, and opened up again yeatcrday. Marshal Bahra took Hazel Milligan and James Stidd to the county jail yesterday in default of $300 bail each. Thoy will remain there till tho grand jury meots in January. The steel works oxceedod all provious ? mAn.. wl,an Mm runs Ull II OUIIUSUU; ?v boys turned outsixty-Gvo five-ton heats, sixty-three being the highest previoaa run ever made. The Christmas market entertainment at the First Presbyterian church opened last night with a good attendance. It will continue the balance of the week. The Teachers' .Relief Society publishes a card asking merchants to contribute clothing and shoes for children to attend school in. James Brettolle, who was on the Populist ticket for Congress this fall, leavos to-day for Sau Francisco to attend a labor congress. Auditor Henderson and Clerk H. M. Daries, of St. Clairaville, are prospocting for oil in that vicinity. Sheep brought $1 per head at a public sale on Carnes Fulton's place Wednesday. 12. E. Clevonger, a lawyer of St. Clairaville, will move his family to this city. John A. Gallaher left yestorday evening for Cincinnati on legal business. The Mother Goose entertainment yielded the managers about $90. How'* 111!*! We offer Que Hundred Dollars Reward for any cane of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catar/h Cure. F. J. Cues by Co., Props., Tolodo, 0. "We, tho undersigned, havo known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen yearn, and believe him porfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligation made i by tiioir Urni. West & Tituax, wholesale Druggists, Tolodo, 0. i Waldi.no, Kinnan iN: Makvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. ' Hall's Catarrh Cure is tnken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Prices, I 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. If tho ltnby I* Cutting Tnotli, Be sure and uso that old and woll-trieu remedy. Mils. W inslow'sSoothino Sykbp for children teething. It soothes tlio child, softens the (turns, allays all pain, euros wind colic and is tlio best remody (or aiarrhrea. Twenty-live contg a bottla. "'vk.uv J]) June 4, J I! 94 (( I , that Is the date U\ * of a letter from Mr. J as. j 1 E. Brown, 524 Pacific I | Ave., Dallas, Tex.?He I I I lost liis strength from 7 V\ overwork, like so many I 111 others, and took I Brown's \A (Ttsenougi -I TO MAKf THE CHILDREN OVER THE LATE JOLLIEST J - ENTIr Queer By I'ALMEIt COX, Aul And widely famous as the I'M: This now produclion from the non and pc a* tbeKruatcxi Juveuifo ArtNt of this afce?is KOLLICKINC n*N for MTThH FOUC* mid ahlttaud ludiorous experiences of FAiUIl?S. ANTS. FOXKS. KATS. MK'I.'. HIRDS. 1 SHI-XT adventure* nntl thcir<iuuiuicouver*atioi)<f. ill COCKTSHI1V. WKDDiNiiS. etc.. etc.. nil of w humorous and grotesque style peculiar to oar Obtainable Only Tliro f v^Wo lirtvn tlio option ??r 2.1,Of jitS? exclusive supply for tliln eitj NO COUPONS. juVTsTtL1 THE INTELLIGENCER ? thmo bonks, and determined to distribute the cover costhy the 2"?00U lots. They ure gouul quick for they won't last loon. Kuch book is Each part contain* thirty-two pago*, abmii colors on a suporior gradeof pitpor. very high fully illumiuutud covors, oxeeuted in the big Cox. A lovely M?t, complete in EIGHT BOOKSSffiK HOKTU 6O0 EAC1I. weekly The price of this wonderful nories (Just fc the btoros (they can't get it) ought to bo at len you shall have them, if you npcuk quick, iu THE FIRST OF NOS. 2 and 3 NOW REA HOW TO GET THEM: Whs Castoria is Dr. Snmucl I'itclu and Children. It contains m other Narcotic substance. f T? n.nnc. Qnotl. mr x it; jL/i\j?up uvuin It is Pleasant. Its guaran Millions of Mothers. Castoi ---tho Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Cf\KtorlaJsso Troll adapted tocMdrcnthat I recommend it as superior to any proscription known to me." II. A. Arcjieu, M. I).. 211 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. Y. "Tho lino of 'Castoria' is pn universal and Us merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few ore tho intelligent famDioH who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Carloi iUnrry, I). 1)., New York City. j Tnc CnyrAtni C r?.nll ml .W?m ..l?????. II "ill AbkIIj r?nli qalrhlj >n? ).# im-IIj. I.j It. i~M I.; return nail. f 1.00, Ui* ia.iB?y .(iliifM* FORSAt.K 11V I/)f,AS DlttTri 03. ?: J ^ naif j5) || C2.IM! A,c *'ou $ w) ACHES? f \'fc? I". OR KIONE <J ? '? wri* # TRADE. Vfey r.ay MARK complsxi ^ nonius, 50c 0 ^ EE? rou - vi.r r.v i." . \n m:r; m ?g?^ 30?3E2-? MO1 JIpennyroyai i. A ok lor D3. MOTT'S P32? ; t-r'" Send for circular. I*: ^$256851? i>ii. jMOTT'H CUE? Fur ah nil All . U IK til <? \N DKI'< CO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS^ Music at Half Price. lli'rcnftor wo will sell all now nti<l ttntxlitrd Sheet Muilc At HALF PRICT. l'J W>BAUMER A CO. I A FROG LAUGH! JUST GO CRAZY :ST. BRIGHTEST, IUVENILES! j rLED t People! Lhor of 4<Tlie Ilrowiiics," sen of juveniu: artists. noil of I'altner Cox -whose \rnri'l -trifle 'ntn# ; 11v cruimnuil from covor to cm-.-r wj:h 1(1(1 KOliKS. too. It toll* of tho mo?t rvmurkGIANTS KINGS, CLOWNS. I'l \ J r.> PKA8 > KLKI'HANTS #?tc.. (Ie?crlhini; thHt atrnnim i-ir KROMtN. K-sGAI'ADKS. Kl.lltrATIoNs. 'hich are llltutrateil In that unnpproadiabW Klftod author. I'AI.M Lit COX. ugli tlie Intelligencer. >(> net* forOUK IlEAUKUS mill th* k CHRISTMAS TREAT FOR OUR : PEOPLE. a chance to jjiv?? the children of iu mderia it treat by securing an option on "25.000 of in t<> the first that mine at lo o?*nt? rnch, to nc Palmer Cox books, and beauties Spesk complete In itself. liftv \iiii<|iio pictures printed In r v*rl?T0f It* calendered, and they are hound in Iwiiutl heststylo ol tho art, from designs by P*lm*r each, about fifty Price to Our Header*Onlj iinatod covow, issued JQq EACH iliny Q!iout(h to make a frog laugh) if >oM to st 30c each, but as you arc one of oar re*d?n r only 10 emits oucli. THE SERIES IS M These Numbers will bo Distributed thlsWoek. -CALL EARLY.Come or ncnd to our ofllce 10 rent* sud we deUrer or mall to your address, tin you wish. No extr* charge. fc&auaiam??? it is :r's prescription for Infants either Opium, Morphine nor It is a harmless substitute ing Syrups, and Castor Oiltec is thirty years' use liy ia Is tho Children's Panacea Castoria. Cnstorla cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhcca, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives slwp, and promotes dk gcwtlon. Without Injurious medication. "For dotytoI years I haro rroommriided your 'Castoria,' and shall always continue tC do ho as it has Invariably produced tyDefidd result*." E/?rrf r. PxRnjt*. a. D., 126th Struct anil 7th Ave., Now York CU* ompaxt, 77 Mrmur Stbjoet, Nor Yoix CfTT linn inn mil?a? n a Fen Da*s. i??i s?imi r?.??. ? *? nlunt, *pjl, itr%pi>n4rnl. low ?|ilrllr<t ** In Invaall) or (lUMk'.H .UK*' HX'P ?*"* U far with a ?rill?a CTirmlr* la <*rt " i* ** CRANE MEDICAL CO.. Columbus. Ohm. ii,'l M?n". CONSTIPATED? Do you tu*<* MEAD* J *s your NERVOUS SYSTEM, LIVER J YS out of order? If so, euro yourself F lil'H Celery Tea. It iniprov** tb? ^ ON. One month'* treatment 25C. Three J Samples sent free. Address, f m Wriqht's Celery Tea Co. J I COLUMBUS. OHIO' t . mn'^ ?Tn?lrw^?<c= T'io only ea.li-, tan I m b a reliable Female fl I O evor offered to Ladiei. r(l V especially rocommon41, H I lfcnS*?*r8 oil to married Lndle? I JnrEOYAI, FILLS and take no otMT. H rice ?1.00 per box, 0 boxm for M 'IICAL CO., - Clovolund. Ohio. M Mala iniit I'cnih str>'??u ?u'- I PICTURES A. ART MATERIALS.. I HAVE Yor A HOTURK You Want Framed? . Villi will I.,, vlciiwl Willi tho i?ni? * H Intent put torn* of Moulding* shown nt NICOLL'S AKT STORS. I'Ktl W Vcitv Low. 1222 JUrkti 'W* I