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f The Ohio Lcuguit Sclicuio Ni?v ' Looks Like u Sure (Jo. BUCKENBERCHH AND GUNNELS j 1 ( Ar* Wcrktaff ft?r the Lragn?-A Meeting j <n Im Held In Two Weclu-Slx OlUeic krm Already Aaaured ? Lut Xlutif. !towil?K CoiitNU?lUwi at New Or- ^ 1 r?u?-Bam llall am! Pugilistic Xe\v?. Other Sporting ?ud AtUlrttc Items. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 15.?Manager Buckeaburger Is busy just now In an attempt to organlso a first class Iqagua for Olilo In conjunction with J. W. Gunnels, of Toledo. "Buck" 1s working to get gentlemen In several Ohio ahles interested In the game. He has wrtttta to several and <has received favorable replies fixjm tho following towns (not including, of course, Tole- c do and Wheeling): Newcastle, Dayton. Akron and Sandusky, which will ' make six clubs already to attend n y meeting, when one Is called, which will f be Inside of two weeks, at a placo yet to be selected. This will leave but two vacancies with Sandusky. Canton, bpringrieia, Mammon turn nnamy seleot front. Of (he above. Toledo, Flndlay, Day- J ton, Sprlnglleld and Sandusky will bo c able to play 9unday ball, which will In- v mire a successful league. A salary 11m- ? 11 of J1,000 will likely be Adopted, which 1 will be enough to get several first class J player* that can be had from national 1 league clubs, as they all have more or J less tft give away to small leagues. Protection, with reserve rule, will al- 1 so be had. This should make one of the x best minor leagues in the country ajid J one that will last several seusons. Manager Buckenberger has also made 1 arrangements with a well known man- 1 ager who had charge of a good team a last season, whose name will bo made known soon, to manage the Wheeling team, and as he has a good record as :i manager In getting together good e teams. Wheeling should have no fear but that they will be well taken care of. n 5POSTS A5D PASTIME. n Intrrmf In Local Circle??A Proposed Ohio Bowling Trip. n Local bowling enthusiasts have an- 1 other scheme under consideration. It v Is a proposition to take a team or pick*- i ed Wheeling bowlers down tho river on one of the pockets, preferably the Vlr- J ginliL, to Cincinnati and possibly up to f Columbus. Cincinnati has a bowling league Just established this winter and J It 1? thought that a Wheeling team 1 could get on several contest* In the Queen City. Down there the teams arc of ten men each and their scores of late show that they average about 130 to the player, which is far below the average work of even the weaker teams In Wheeling. If games can be arranged 11} Dayton and Columbus the team would work back to Wheeling on that route. Not a game should be lost on that trip, as a teem of six having Individual averages over 160 could easily bo secured. The Linden Grove games next March are already assured but the dates anas yet not settled. Pittsburgh was to have taken the two evenings before the games In Wheeling but the promoters of the game In th :> Smoky City seem to have dropped out of sight, colonel Stntler says that oven If Pittsburgh nickers the Brooklyn champions will 1 play In Wheeling. The impression la n . gaining ground that the visitors will n have no easy snap when they run up against the picked local team. / a Admirers of the flstlc art are Inquiring S as to the announced reopening of the Metropolitan arena out in Fulton. V There is a demand for amusement of li this character. The proposed four, six. V eight and ten round bouts would no doubt be well patronized. v The attendance at the New Orleans t winter meeting continues to Increase, |j and the bookmakers now number from seventeen to twenty every day. Many t turf-goers through the north and west k are visiting the Crescent City and takin* advantage of the good weather to tJ attend the races. Form is oh yet un? settled at the track, and outsiders In j the betting win the bulk of the money. * 'ine BtanuiK imc uui cU| ...... Starter Fitsgerald has found it nece?. 1 ?ory to fine the boys. Nate Fiel, the \ "Wheeling: turfman, lenvea for New or- J 1'sunb Saturday and wJM probably run 1 a "book" during the rtmmnder of the meeting. Racing In to be continued v up to the first of March. h WITH THE B0WLER3. J The Nightly llceonl of Ktrlke* and Spurt* ^ on Ihr Alleys. c MU8EE LEAGUE. r W. u r-ct. r Brownie* 32 7 .w r Nuinele** IS 1') .723 V Dailies aI i-> .;a *lu?ee ID 17 .01 Beabout 15 >1 41S . H. a Rlchurda 13 21 .Tit 1 Independents 10 88 .27? Trrta Club 7 H .isu a The Brovrnieo continue their uim! elated march to victory. Last evening r they met the Prean Club, who wore f theirs In ahort order. The only close 1 Kuine was the second, when Brownie* bad a margin of only fourteen plnx. " Ifervey rolled In tnagnlS^cnt fornujoll- . i ing an average of 20? in the three _ games. HJs third game score was 210. the beat ever rolled in championship games here, excepting Will Dny'a 215, which continues high. Score: IJJKOWN1E& Int. 2nd. 11. Herrey lf2 iui ?> ) Imhlnuen M W 1S3 Hamilton 10S Id iC2 MrDurs 12? 15/ Ji7 O'Neill 140 167 113 Blind 1M 133 167 Total* 8W M *2 PRESS CLUB. 1st. 2nd. r?.\ Welty ll? l :v 13? Worli M 1*1 lti:? Emblem 122 111 Ho Hull JO) W ll? . 1ST 1HJ ]?>< IBffi*'::.::::":::::::::::::::: itt no no Total* SS2 t?Tl south sidF J/Eagur \v. i* rvt. j JIarvect U 7 .W3 ' Mall Pouch W 12 .III Motnrt SI i'i .'110 ' Jul Bell a 17 Standard 1? M .>1 , Apollo If. 20 .:"<l Novice il *l .lik J orlnnt h ?.l .?6 ; Over Jn the South Side tournament 1 tho lender*. Potto's Hnrveat Homo f team, played with tho Standard* for ( keeps, nnd at tho rod of tho evening* t play had nil tho other fellown* "com- j mien." Harvest now hn:t a L.l? Imd i over Mall Pouch and tho other first dlvlnlon clubs, and, harrln?; accldontn, nhould win out for tho ovor-tlio-creol; 1 championship. y Three Vl?wi of Howling. They wore talking ol bowline nnd Rlvlm: . their vhm*s ' to method* of playlnff I hut couldn't ' well lof?*. t They wore hlcjh nvcrago men, tho butt In j the town. And to know how they did It I put tlielr ' views down. ' rho Jir?t ono remarked, "It'nnll In the ] eye; . You uluht for the pin* and lot the bull fly. The *orow1 contended It Hen In the nerve, I "A go?nl n.ifr wrlat and don't throw n | curve." rhe third Imd a ncoret, ho *ald with n 1 Mutter, ' I Ju*t mIiiir my eyes and I roll down tho i Butter." ; ffrqttrct to It, A, W. j RICHMOND, Ky., Jan. lfi.~"PapM Luff, the oldest wheelman In America, 1 irho died at Owtngsvllle, Saturday, wirlnjr a tortun* of flO,000, romtmbt?rM the L. A. W., of which he wu an nthuala*:lc member, with a bequest of 11.000. Mo alito left Maxtor Alexander ?ehltf|rc!, #on of Photographer Loub Sohlegel. of thin city. $2,000 In cash. Howling nt Hrlberl't, Ivaat evening nt Sclbert'ii bowling altart In Pleasant Valley, the Magnolia Tlshlng Club und Idlewood Club, both >f Fulton, bowled, and Magnolia won ho two games on tho following soores: Magnolia, 984, 1.009; Idlcwood. 015, '948. Hull ami Choyuikl. NEW YORK, Jon. 15.-Joe Choynakl. ho California heavyweight pugllist.beran tl?e finishing touch** to his trolnng for tho bout with Jim Hall, before he New York Athletic Club. Choynakl lay* he Is In drat class condition and jover felt better In h!? llfo, and If he loeinot win next Monday night he will iult lighting forever. Reports from 'Ittsburgh. where Hull is in training, ay that he is In line form and <has nevir worked harder In his life in proporng for a fight Irish III Wlirrllitft. Tha well known checkor player. Irish, >? Maine, la. again in the city, after an ihsenco of several weeks. He Is makng his headquarters at the Brunswick, vhere several exciting contests have ilrcndy boon played. Up to date the 'Irish" are on top. Hay Klglit a Duel. NEW YORK. Jan. 15.?The Commerlal Advertiser says: C. Oliver Isclln jtd Mrs. Iselln sailed for Liverpool tolay on the White Star line Majestic. It i-Ru aatu uiat upon tneir arrival on wo ither aide they would go direct to LonIon and after a week In tho English iictropolla proceed to Egypt where h?*y will apend the ronvalndvr of the rlnter. Particular Interest la Riven to I Jr. Isclln'a visit to Europe at this time 1 eeause of the rumors that have been rldely circulated that while abroad he rill meet Lord Dunraven In an un- 1 riendly spirit. Mr. Iselln when qucsloned by a reporter before his depart ire concnrnlDK these rumors, refused bsolutely to dlscusi the matter. New Orleans IUmi. NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 15.?Forty!xth day Crescent City Jockey Club's . Inter meeting. Weather rainy; track icavy. First, selling, seven and half furlongs -Van Brunt won; McKee second; Mosua third. Time, 1:42%. Second, felling, mile?Mate won: Leoiard IS. second; Te-n Spring tHftd. Tlmt, :50. ! Third, three furlongs?Ethel Farrell ron; Lillian Wilkes second; Star To aero third. Time, :40. Fourth, Ladles handicap, three-yearld* and upwards, mile and an eighth? Florence P. won; Kooaevelt second; lla*oo third. Time, 2:04. Fifth, six furlongs?Domingo won; .awle?s pecond: Hurley Leaf third. 4me. 1:19*4. I Tho Lexington 4s in n very snap horor at Bellalro. When will the ateamboatmen got nver wharfage? la a live queation. A meeting of tho Allegheny Volley mprovement Aaaoclotlon will be held t Ktttannfng. Pa., on the 17th of thin jonth. The Nellie Walton, crescent ana icorn with tows are at Parkersburg nd the Hawk has a tow of empties at t. Mary's. Commodore F. H. Laldley, a former Vest Virginian. haa been elected pre?lent and general manager of the Vhlte Collar line r.t Cincinnati. The Hen Hur went to the bank at the nouth of the Muskingum, Marietta, ho harbor there l?olng considered safer han the Little Kanawha at Parkersurg. Reports received last night say that he Ohio is open from Wheeling to Porersburg. If the river gets much lower t will likely close at one or more of he bars. Just as It did In December. The marks at 6 p. m. showed 6 feet cant and stationary. In the morning he stage was 4 feet 9 Inches. During he day there wns a rise until R p. m., rhen the river became stationary. Veather cleur and a little warmer. I 'hermomrter *3-40 above. The Ice passing this port yesterday j ,-aa very llnht compared with that of ] ist Tuesday and gave oolor to the re- [ ort in circulation that the Ohio had owed at Cable's riffle, above Steubon- | illo. However, a special telegram to ho IntPlllgenerr from Pteubenvllle. re- j civetl lasf njght. says that the river is | lot closed above or below. Hod the iver closed above, some of the local fukcts inula have resumed out of Wheeling. Pittsburgh?River 4.3 feM and ?t?lonary. "\Wather, clear and oool. Oil City?River 30 Inches and stationary. Clear and cold. Oreensboro?River 7 f?*t 4 Inches and ailing. Cloudy and warmer. Warren?River 17 inches and falling. Jk-ar and cool. .Suubenvllle?River 4 feet 0 inches Jul falling. Clear and cold. .Morgantown?River frozen with six nahes of ice. Clear and cold. Gladness Gomes IX/ith 11 bettor understanding of tho V V transient natnro of tho many physcnl >11:4 which vanish before protxir ef? 'ortn?gentlo efforts?plensunt efforts? rightly dirootcd. There In comfort in ,ln? kuowlpdgo that no many forms of sickness aro not due to any actual dfa!ase, but nimply to n constipated condb km of the Hystem, which tlio pleasant family laxative. Sy rup of Fig*, prompt* y removes. That in why it in tlio only emedy with millionsof fnmilioK, nnd is .'verywhoro esteemed ho highly by nil vho value good health. Its 1 wine facial j/Tects aro duo to the fnct, that It in the me remedy which promotes internal ileanlincfts, without debilitating tho )rirnnn on which it nets. Itln therefore ill important, in order to got itNbene.iciiil effect*, t/> note when you pur:hnr,e, thatyou have the genuine article, which Ia manufactured by tho California Pig Syrup Co. only, nnd sold by all repit able druggists. J fin the enjoyment of good health, ind the My^tcm in regular, then laxaivos or other remedies nre notnooded. If afflicted with any actual dim>a?e, one nay Im? commended tothe most skillful physicians, hut. if in need of a laxntive then one should liavo the best, and with I he well-informed everywhere, Hvrupof l>"igs Mends highest anil is most largely ased aud gives most genoral satisfaction St PROF. WHITE'S VIEWS. Tlir Dlitlusulilird Urfllogltt Point* Out th? Importance of ltlrur linprofimml mid tlir Lake Krle SlilpCatutl. Professor L C. While,the dlstlnffulshod Wftt Virginia soolofflst, In upealtlnij of the importance of -the Lake Erie and Ohio flhlp canal <o West Vrtfnln, Bald to tho IiitelUffonoor representative yostt*r>1nv "Tho proposed ship canal to connect Pittsburgh with the Great Lake* la of the utmost Importance to West Virginia. The Monongaheta rlvtr drains tho greatest and richest coal fields In the world and with slack water already completed to Moricantown and soon to ho extended to Fairmont, this coal oouid bo transported from the mines to tho kakea without breaking bulk, and at one-fifth of the present coat by roll. Our new senator, Mr. Elklns, with his usual far-speing business views, and practical statesmanship has been quick to see this great advantage the canal wlU bring to West Virginia as well as tho whole country and he Intends to d? all In his powor to secure national aid for tho enterprise. In this ho will be ably assisted by Mr. Dayton and all the rout of our West Virginia representatives, so that there is every reason for believing that some one assembled here will see the completion of this great work. "Geology tells us that many thousand years ago the Monongahela and the upper Ohio waters did not reverse their course at Rochester and turn back southward as now, but kept on In a nearly straight course along the line of tho present Beaver, Mahoning and Grand rivers northward to Lake Erlo and it is this ancient carving down of tho rocky strata that renders the contemplated ship canal possible, since the engineers of the ship canal commission guided by Colonel Roberta, their eminent chief, have chosen the route marked out by our beautiful river ages ago bftfore It met the arctic lco of the gracial period and was turned southward by that wall of frosen water. IfnnnA In 1Ii.> rnn?trur-.llon of this Canal West Virginia will iilmply get back I what once was hers, via: A water route to the lakes." Jnmra O'lVrlll'a IVrw Piny. ? Contrary to the croaking* of all wiseacres, Mr. James O'Neill has found another Monte Cristo. Its name Is "The Lesurques Case," Its country. Prance, and Its history, one of repeated triumphs. It concerns one, Lesurques, a <rospectable citizen of Lyons who lived [anno 1760?the period of the great revolution. This same Lesurques was 'favored by fortune in many respects. [He was rich, honorable, and had a lovely daughter who had wits. He hod one misfortune, however, he resembled a criminal called Dubose. This resemblance was so striking that it nearly cost him his head. The chief Interest in the presentation ilea in the fact that Mr. O'Nlell plays both M. Lesurques and M. Dubose on the stage. He will present this new and remarkable character at the Opera House Tuesday, January 21. At til* Opera Ilottac <liti Kvnitng. At the Opera House this evening Mr. William C. Andrews, supported by a I company of high class comedians, will present a play called "My Wife's I TVUnrt " it in r?ne of those unloue and dainty trifles which of late have becomo the vogue, dealing In the roost uproarous fun caused by the embarrassing situations of a fln de slecle love story. | The author of the play is Mr. Fred. Marsden, who has in the paht turned out some very brilliant work. Mr. Andrews Is nn excellent light | comedian, and has earned his spurs with HarneyMcAuley. Frederick VVarde, Roland Reed and other well known stars. The play will be beautifully mounted. MARTIN'S FERRY. I In|!s unit MUhap* lu th? Thriving City Arrow thr Ittrrr. Yesterday the Fidelity Building Association bought, through L. J. C. Drennen, thirty feet of the \Y. R Ratcliff property on Fourth street at $2,000 cash, a very low price, and will ftt up the ono story frame building on It for u*c a* an office. This lot adjoins the property recently purchased by C. H. Carpenter. A special meeting of the city council was held last night for the purpose of pnsslng i>n board of health bills, which had been marked O. K. Rills to the nmount of $2,150 were ordered paid when there Is money In "the treasury for this purpose. Rills not endorsed were not ordered paid, iso otner Dusmess vu done. The supremo court of Ohio on Tuesday hold that a woman In Ohio cannot servo as notary public, tho conirtltutlon requiring such office to be held by on ?lector. Suit had been brought by a Cincinnati girl to compel the late i^vernor to appoint her. Melvln J. Wertlake. of Coleraln. was married loot evening to Alice, daughter of Theodore Burrlf. The wedding had been postponed on account of the quarantine. An effort is being made to stock a onmpany to bore for oil on the McSwords property in Martin's Ferry.The land ho* been leased for this purpose. Belmont CUy Lodge I. O. O. F. will bo tho first lo hold a regular meeting since the lifting of the quaivintlne. us Its mooting* are on Monday night. Much complaint Is hoard because tho .Wheeling Electrical Railway has no : waiting room at -the end of the line in ;Mnrtln*s Ferry. "Doc" Truax Is moving tho building lately occupied by the Y. 31. C. A. gymnasium to.the Frank Sedgwick jot on nixin wrrei. Mm. Will H. Hall and son Chariot left yesterday to Join Dr. Hall at Otay, California. They expect to arrive next Tuesday. Passenger business on the railroads Inw Improved considerably since the lifting of the quarantine!*. Harry OhotMll, who recently went on the road selling bicycles for a Pittsburgh firm, Is doing well. Mrs. George W. Hartley, of Anderson, Ind., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Williams. The remains of the late Margaret FHnn were laid to rest In Mt. Calvary yesterday afternoon. Miss Margaret C. Smith went to Wollsburg yesterday to visit lier aunt, Mrs. John F. MUler. The old board of directors and officers havo been re-elected by the Peoples' Savings bank. Charles King and William Drake, of Mt. Ploasatkt, were In Martin's Ferry yetftsrday. Albert Bettls will have nn operation performed on his leg at Dr. llasklns* hospital. .M158 Jjnur^ Dmuu wem iu umniciwood yesterday to remain until school reopens. John Blair. of Syracuse, o., will visit his undo, George W. McKIni, next week. Ous Clark Is very sick with typhoid pneumonia at his homo Hi Bridgeport Mr. and Mrs. Kvan Davis go to Dillonvale this veiling to visit relative*. Hev. arid Sirs. Kdgnr 4V. Unffcy will return thin week from Xenla. Mr. and Mrs. William Hums are both sl^k, tho latter with fever. Kenworthy Hoge, of Delaware, In visiting his son, 13. K. Hoge. John H. Morgan in sick at his home In tho Third ward. Rohort lUttckfortl Is visiting his nunt in tho oountry. NO excuse for slooploss nights wh^n you ciin procure fine Minute Cough Cure. This will relieve all annoyances, cure tho moat severe couffh and give you rout and health. Can you afford to do without It? Logan Drug Co.. Wheeling, W. Va., R. P. Poabody, Ronwood, and liowle & Co., Bridgeport, O. fl MODERN SUFFERING. The, Want of Sleep a Most Trying Condition. Surjiriso that tho Hotly Can Slnuil Such a Strain. Nature's Street Restorer an Inesuiuab!e Boou. \ To restore the ncn'outi energy spent during the day and Invigorate the whole system a certain amount or sound, unbroken repose Is necessary. Bleep is absolutely essential for the preservation of mental and physical health, and the loss of it for a long time must sooner or later lead to serious rent] Its. Who has not at some period suf- , ferod the misery of a sleepless night; the tossing about, the long hours, the weary thinking and thinking, the vain ondeavors to court the flckje goddess of sleep, and the tired feeling, the utter weariness of mind and body on the following day? Sleeplessness Is essentially a modern suffering,the outcome of thisninetecnth century life of hurry, irregularity and competitive strife. Regularity of habits is an inducer of sound and healthy sleep, provided the nervous system is In good condition. If there Is sleeplessness the blood and nervous system need to be strengthened nnd invlgora - -- ? ? ?# nrn ir.?w lea. Mrs. i-.mmu lunut, wi wn. Bt.. New York City, m) a victim of , thin disease. whl had tried In every way I to Induce sleep without oval). At last *he found the cure?natural sleep came to her and with It health and strength seal 11. sirs. it. Tvitnitn. "I have been sick for two yearn." writes Mrs. Turner."with nervous prostration, gastritis and spinal trouble. I , was confined to the house a greater part of the time. I was troubled with insomnia also. "After taking Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy for three months, I have entirely recovered my usual health and strength. I sleep well and oat well." What a great change In Mrs. Turner's life came from the use of Dr. Greene's Nervura, the groat blood and nerve remedy. Her nights of restless tossing and wakefulness gave plaoe to < calm, restful, delicious sleep under the strengthening and invigorating influence of this admirable mcdidne. It will do the same for you. Use It. and again sound sleep will be yours, and with it health and strengin. Thin grand remedy In the discovery, after ytnars of research. of Dr. Greene, of 35 West 14th St., New York City, who may always be consulted. personally or by letter, free of charge. VOVfTDSVJLLE. A Mltrrlliutrona Mrlnw;e of Minor Mullen from Marshall's Metropolis. The bonds of the Moundsvllle independent school district amounting to 925,000, bearing five and one-half per cent interest and running twentyflvo years were sold by the commissioners. O. Jj. HolJWsy and C. R. Oldham. The sale wo* private, scaled propo*als being reoelved until noon yesterday. The successful bidder wns the Marshall County bank, of Moundsville, who purchased them at 101. and accrued interest to dale. The other blddorp were ns follows: 4*. A. Kean, Chicago, |97$0; W, J. Hayes A Sons, Cleveland, Ohio. 1100 84: 8. J. Elliott, New Martinsville. >loo 10; James Cummins, Wheeling, 1101 50. The latter bid was for only $6,000 worth, hence was rejected and the award made to the Marshall County bank. who bid for the entire aeries. Tho proceeds received for the bonds amounts to $25,307 60, which will be appropriated for tho erection of a new school building In Moundsvillc. The Moundsvillc Land Company held Its annual meeting yesterday and elected the following board of directors: J. N. Vance, L. C. St'.fcl, J. M. Urown and Oeorge H. I*. Schmidt, of Wheeling, and C. A. Weaver, J. C. Dardall, J. B. Hicks. H. W. Hunter and W. W. Hmlth. of Moundsville. Tho board convened afterwards and elected officers to servo as follows: President, C. A. Weaver: sec- ' retory, W. W. Smith; treasurer. II. W. Hunter. Tho funeral of Charles, a two-yearold son of F. G. Roberts, who died on Tuesday morning about 7 o'clock of membraneous croup, occurred yesterday afternoon. The child was liked by all who knew him and will be sadly missed In tho home. John James, manager of the shoe factory, left yesterday for Medina. X. Y., where he will spend some days with his aon. Ho will visit other points In the east before he returns. Tho inochlm-ry for the North Penn Company's oil well tobodrlllcd at Viola, tbl? county, has arrived and will be hauled onto the grounds and operations begun. The Calf Creek Oil Company decidedto put down well No. 4 in Its territory In the Wavcriy fleld. Mrs. W. M.^ Melghen returned last evening irom Driui(vpuri,wnunj nnu was visiting. Fit-io F?ralira are *?>"* 10 1,0 rillc 1 U1 gold by us at prices usunlly charged for common ouch. Head ; nil." CI ISO. M. SNOOK & CO. COUGHING Irritates tbo delicate or- ; gana ami aggravates the disease. InMtoud of waiting, try Ono Minute Cough Cure. It helps at once, making vxpect oration easy. red tit-en the nor en on and Inflammation. Every ono likes it. Logan Drug Co.. Wheeling. W. Va.. B. P. 1'oabody, lit1 nwood, and Dowlo & Co.. I'rldir*-I'ort. t>. E /&$\ "P l?l? tlUlfljJlGlG RaM How to Attain II." A Wonderful Now Mnllrul Book, written for Moil Only. Ono copy may be bad free ou application. i ERIE MEDICAL CO. DUPFALO, N. V. nicAT 1-AUiiJTiiS For; this . I'UOMPT CdMf'LKTIO.V OF OKDKK* at ? Til K IMTRmjIQUMCKHJOI) NTINTINU OHMUK BLANK2T3-GE0. G. E5. S Df AM DLim^i A natural oonsoquonce of tl have some Blankets soiled ! pairs that havo the odges a also one lotZANESVILLE E machine soil. This entire I Special Sale T(] ^ This city never offered to sale. The lot is all of the bi lot, Plaid, Gray and fanoy quarter size, nappod and u This sale opens at 8 o'< be on hand as soon after a: GEO. E. ST l^rWill not send on mem< WANTED. | WANTED?F1 liST CLASS T1IIHD Cook, man or woman. I or hotel Apply ,>t MeLuro Houtc. de.TQ WANTED?EXPERIENCED PACKERS of glassware. Addres* PACKER. Intelligencer ofllce. Jal3 WANTED?WOMAN COOK. NONE but firm-class need apply. HOTEL W1LHEL.M. 1410 Market street dea F>SiriONS FOR FEW PUSHING Solfiimen on salary; ataplx line. If roa moon Rddrrai with particulars, stating age. LUKK BRQ3.. Chicago noI?MiTh MILLER WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED roller miller for a 60-bnrreI mill. Give aire, experience and wages wanted. Address DROWN, 1UGGS & CO., Moundsvlile. W. Va. ja!5 WE DON'T WANT BOYS OR loafers, hut men of ability. $300 to $300 a month to hustlers. Stato and goneral agents. Salary and commission. RACINE FIRE ENGINE CO., llaclno. Wis. deH QALESMAN (MEDICAL)?WANTED to cull on phyalclsns with targe and Important sarjcicalwork altnoit rcadjr. An oxeellent lacurne can be earned by phyiiolaaa or r>&orsofgoodaU4rM& NuteusiuuMixdouw , Lock Box l.Vd. Philadelphia. Pa. mrl WANTED-SEVEKAL TRUSTVV WORTHYgentlemen or ladles totravolin Went Virginia (or established, rcliablo bouse. Salary fTsiand exoeuses. steady position. Enclose reference and ?elf-addre?cd stamped antelope. THK DOMINION COMPANY. Third Floor. Omaha Huilditig. fhlcngn. no? j STOCKHOLDERS* MEETINGS. gTOCK HOLDERS* MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockholders of tin- City Hospital of Whi-ollng. W. Va., 1 will bo held at the hospital on Thursday, January 18, 1836, between the hours of 2 nnd 4 o'clock p. m., for the election of a | board of directors to aorvo during <ho ensuing year and the transaction of any I other business that may come before It. LAWKENCE E. SANDS. I Secretary. I Wheeling. W. Va.. Jan. 14. 1S96. jalS ' FOB SALE. JpOR SALE I SALOON. Good location and trada Can be bought clieao. luqulrc ol 8.0.1 JOYCE. . or.il HOP Chapllne Street. X? OR SALE OR RENT?THE SET JL' BERT *iaraen, at riwam ???- toy. fronting 270 foot on National Road I and extending buck 720 feet. C?n bo laid out In v?ry desirable building lots. For Rent?The homivuead of C. Selbert. adjoining 8. 8. Hloch'n residence, with a ten and a four-roomed house on the premised. Possession Riven Immediately. Inquire of F. HAPPY. at Reymann Brewery. or at premises. uo31-eow Stocks for bale. SO sharos Ohio Valley Rank. 9 shares Riverside Glows Company. 3 Wheeling Pottery bonds, 6 per cent. 10 shores Kxchr.n?e Rank. 2D Sharon Wellnburg National Rank. "" 40 shares Fostorla Glass Company. 30 shares Aetna-Standanl Steel and Iron Company. shares Wheeling Steel and Iron Co. 20 shares Franklin Insurance Company. It. S. IRWIN, Broker. JalO No. 22 Twelfth 8treet JjiOK 6ALU A FEW CHOICE LOTS AT EDGINGTON Cheap and on Easy Torms. W. V. HOGE. or*, ncv Tlnnk Unlldlng. 1W) Msrkwt Street. FOR RENT. 170RRKNT. APRIL 1,1890, NO. 1404 : Mnln itroct. throe-itnnr brick wtrehoiiw. Inmilreof HKSRY K. L181. Tho City Bank of JV hwtlng. <lclO JJl OR RENT. I IMMMEDIATE POSSESSION. C room#, hall and bath, on second floor, lOW Main Htrcot. FOR RENT FROM ArRIT, 1. 4 rooms and hall, on third floor. 10C7 Main fttroet. JAM *08 L. HAW LEY. Real Estato and Loan Agent, do2S ; 1065 Main strcot. FOBBB1TT. Rooms for Offices OVER 1311 MARKET ST. AUo, for term or jroari. Kround 100x40 Now llrldffe l'lnce. SIMPSON & HAZLETT, NO. ltll M A UKKT STREET Hond*. Htork* lnrottmcnunnil Inmimncw. REAL ESTATE. TOLEi HUSine** lionwr* now occupiuu uy r*. Behopper, UK? Main street. Storo room utm dwelling 21GS Main St. Store room and dwelling 2109 Main Bt. !?-room>'d modern dwelling 112 South Front street. ? roomod dwelling r? South Pcnn street. 8-roomed modern furnished dwelling. (I-roomed modorn dwelling Slty Twelfth street. broomed modorn dwslllng 22 South Pcnn utreet. [t-roomod modern dwelling 63 Sixteenth street. ?-roomod modern dwolllng 13C Sixteenth street. C-roomrd moilern dwelling W 8ou(h Front street. fi rooms SKISrt Market streot. a rooms loo? Main at root. (Possession now. I .s room* 122.' Main street. ,s.roomed dwnlllnc. with flvo acre.*, at toll gate. National Ko.nl. fi-roontod hou*e 1(1 South Wabash; Rood l?rlek house; ft 00 per month. (Po.tNosslon at oneo.) Several small houtos now vaeant for Immediate poiuu'sslon. Offices?ICxehangs Hank Ilulldlng. SMITH & DICKINSON. ju!5 1229 Market BtreeU I E. STIFEL & CO. . & CO. KETS in Blankotaopartmonc 13 to In showing. We've over lOO nd fold Just slightly soiled, JLANKETS that havesllght lot goes on 1-DAY SSr.fr' Its people such a Blanket ast makes, In White, Soarborders, full 10, 11 and 12 / nnapped. clock. It Is a good plan to i possible. IFEL & CO. ), exchange or take back. REAL ESTATE. FOBSALB. Ilonfo. 5 rooms, Wilson at, Centra Wheeling, cur term*. JMU JjOt, U) feet front. Llnd at, 8250. House, 4 rooms and attic, Jacob at,/th ward, 81,600. House, 14 rooma, brick. 15th at, S&GOO. Hotel. 21 rooma, Martfo'a Ferry, O.;.cheap, on easy terms. House. 8 room*, and 8-roomed bousoJn rear, Market at. between 7th and 8th ate. 83.800. New houso, 0 roomi, large lot. 2Sth at, 14,600. IIou-o, 4 rooms, 24 that. 81.10a Homo. fi rooms. 13th at. 81.600. House. 10 rooms; Chapline at. Centre Wheel* Inc. with large lot cheap. on easy.terms. Hottsc. 0 rooms and hall, with 2 acrea, Pleasant Valley. $3,000. House, k rooms and hall, bath and bothgaaea, Jacob st. betwoen 15th aud 16 th, 8S.600. Uoose.r> rooms and hall, lot 50rl00 ft, near streetcar barn, Cheap. 81.700. , Lot* In McMccben. North Benwood. Glendalo. i Island. Kdglngton. Park View, Pleaaant Valley I and many other lota In and near city. Call and get prices. Hmue. 9 rooma. brick, lot 83x122 ft.Chapllno at. bth ward. 17.000. House. 14 rooma and store room. Main at, near 21at lot 44x120 ft. House, ft rooms, 14th at.. 81.600. Lots on Undst. Belredero. 8250 and 8275each. BusJncm properly on Market at at moderate price. 8200.8300, r>00. <800. 92,000 and 8^500 to loan on real estate. NESBITT & DEVINE, Tel. <u 1739 MarKat 3tra?t. FOE- RENT. AMoxth. No. 69 Fifteenth street? No. IOC Ctuplioo street 5 rooms II00 No. 14* Fourteenth street . ? 09 Na 2S Twentieth st. 4 rvomt. both fuet... 10 00 No. 'J144 Allejr A.roomi. ? J> ?J Na 40 KleTenth street 20 03 No. M .-ixtoenth street. stor? room 20 00 No. 37 Twentieth street. ? M 00. No. 11 Indian* street 15 00 No. CJ North Front street ?1*00 No. 102.S Mctfclloch street 16 00 ; No. 1416 Mrwn street store room..- i> 00 No. I.V07 Market street store room *nd rti?i?11ln? ? ..... to 00 No. 147 Fourteenth street....... ? 20 00 No. 101 Thlrtr-thlrd street store room....... 6 OA Kour-roomed bouses. Creecent l'.aoo 7 00 No.Seventeenth street 3 room*. ?.? 7 60 Twelve-roomed n*idenc?.2S acroa ground. Na*^WChSpllao'ttrire'C. IS 00 Boom. with or without power, Cflapifae cad Seventeenth streot*. Na 1311 Alio; IL 4 rooms...? 8 00 No. 2V? Main street 3 room* ? W Na:603 Alley 11 ?.. ?- 8 <? No. :?M Main street, a rooms ? 6 OJ l Residence. Pleasant Valley 86 00 1 No. m Main street, saloon, with bar flx^ turea, 12 rooms, both gases, water on earh floor, and some furniture?...? 40 00 2 rooms, rear ot Mission Suuday school, Eighteenth streot 0 00 : No. 14J0 Main street. 2 otllce rooms ? 9 00 Na 23H Alloy 0,4-roomed house .. 9 00 Na 2415 Market street, ?ocond floor....?- fl 00 No. 1M0 Main street. 3 room*. 6 00 I Na 43 Twentieth street, 6-roomed house? 11 00 . Na 39 Twentieth street. ft-roomod house.-. 10 00 I Na 2131 Main street, 4 rooms, both Rases- 10 09 Three rooms. 1'leaiaut Valley?....m?.?. 0 09 Na 2104 Main street, 2 room*-..??. 6 00 ; Na 1012Chaplinestreet, 2room*.....?. 5 00 So. 2022 Alley D. 3 room* ...??. fl 00 . Na 63 Alloy 15 6 oO FOK SALE 462 and 464 National road. llusines house and resideooa Market street Counter* and shelving, No. 101 Thlrty<thinl street Na 92 fllxtcenth street Na G6 Seventeenth street No. GO North Frontstreet. Lot on Sooth Front strcot Six-roomed l.otuo, Peninsala JAMES A. HENRY. Roal Eiuto A con c. Collector. Notary PnbUo end Pension Attorney. Na Ut3 HOUSES AHD ROOMS FOR HEHT. No. 1407 Chapllno St.. 8 rooms, modern. No. <J7 Fourteenth 8t, 8 room*, modern. No. 105 Fifteenth St., 6 roomi, modern. No. 4S Fifteenth St., fl rooms, modern. Na 400 Twelfth St., 8 rooms end stable. No. 11 Sixteenth St.,.storo room and dwelling. No. Pitt Main St, 7 rooms. No. 70 Indiana St., 8 rooms, modern. No. 85 Eighteenth St, S rooma No. 127 Fourteenth 8t.. 7 rooma No. 1049 Main St, 5 rooma modern. No. S5 Eighteenth St, 2 rooma rear. Stable rear of No. 8S Eighteenth St No. 1503 Clmpllne St.. 2 rooms. No. 1402 Chepllne St., 1 office room. No. 2733 Wood St., 6 rooma (10. No. 11R4 High St, S roome,41 No. 11?6 Hitrh St. 3 rooma $8. Na 127 Twelfth St.. 5 rooms, HZ Na 1347 Mecolloch St., 3 rooma P. No. 113 Thlrtv-thlrd St. 5 rooma No. 1314 Market St., office rooma llouso on Baker St. 3 rooms, (& > RINEHART & TATUM, The City Bank Building. Telfffliona :u. (J?T) Room Ko. ? FOB BEFT. No. 4 Virginia street, S room! and bath. ISO 00. No. 8 Virginia street, 9 rooms and bath, $30 (0. No. 73 Zano Btroet, 4 rooms and kitchen. 114 no. No. 21 North Broadway, 4 rooms and kitchen. Ii.i 00. llouftos und Lots at your own price. HARRY J. FINK & BRO.. IlKAL K8TATK AGKSTS, T?icphn?u' 087. No. 1143 ?T3f\nPOTI?fl pLYMOUrii HOOK GELATI2JK. WUOLRSOM& HEALTHFl'U KlTOITIOUa H. F. BEHRENS. tJMI ai7 XUrltet Btrofc fp KA. QUALITY AND QUANTITY. Our (ran nro en re fully ncloctod by portanced buyers, nnd we fool Justified in iiMurlni? our customers thnt the tens luitullod by iiK nr<? perfectly puro and fros from nit niluHrrntion. Our afro In tills line In lo npurr lio i?nlnn to Rot tho best. ?>0 handle no chcop too*. ('. V. H AUDI NO A CO. .In 1.1 If"! Murk.'t Ptroet. in ii buys V/j Tlio Weekly intelligencer vl ONE YEAR.