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li was a battle royal tip to the seventh
inning, when Wheeling wont to plows
on orrori by Hardest)' nrnl Whaling, al
lowing Toledo to score thro? runs, win
ning the gain* In tho Inning. Wagner
w.i* out of the game, llardesty playing
third for Wheeling, Thurston occupied
fcoom! ami Whalloy resumed hl? old
place at sihort atop,
Mr. Oarvey was on tho rubber for
Wheeling and, up to tho sovepth Inning
teemed to have the Toledo hltl/r? at hln
mercy. In the seventh ami eighth lit
nliiit?. however, Toledo landed on him
utmost at will. Oarvey nppenred tn be
Indifferent In his work at times, and his
lUpyort waa far from being Rood. It
u\i? "no of those orf days Wheeling
Tho star piny of tho game was Ttobln
fioik's running catch of Cecil's long tly to
left, and tho audience promptly rccog
nlxi'd the feat.
"Kid" Koonan was In tho l>ox for To
M<? and pitched :i good game, Wheel
ins hit l)lm hard, but could net place tho
hnll In a safe place. It Is a hard matter
to criticise the home team under tho
circumstances, when there was a grand
rhsnc- around In tho Inflold. Toledo hit
tlv hall harder; that fa the whole story.
Wheeling had n chance to tako a I Ig
load In the early part of the contest, but
tho hit that was expected never mater
Tho name clubs ploy again to-day.
Wheeling plays an exhibition nt Barnes
vllle to-morrow. Score:
WIIKKI.INO All. Jt. BH. l'O. A. II. ,
nallagher, c. f 3 o o 2 o o
violet, r. f I o (I 2 o o
llardesty, 3b 4 0 1 1 2 1 1
Slunv. e 4 0 14 1
Hoblnnon, 1. f 2 10.20
Whnloy, s. s 2 1 11 I
Thurston. 2b \... 3 o o 3 2
Whaling, lb., 3 0 I S 2 1
Garvoy, p...l 3 0 0 0 4 1 |
Total a 2S "2 "4 21 li
TOLEDO. AR It. U1I. l'O. A.
(V II. 4 3 2 2 1
lUrtman. 2b 5 1 4 . ?> 7
Yettrrs, c. 1 4 0 12 0
Ittckcrt, r. f 5 l 2 I 0
rnoko, *. S 3 1 0 1 ti
Smith, I. f I 2 0 a 0
Klhm. lbl 4 1 1 15 1
Arthur, c 4 I 2 0 I
Ktonan, p 4 0 o 0 1
Totals 37 ll? 13 17 17
Wheeling 0 2 ft 0 0 <) 0 0 0-2
Toledo 1 0 0 0 0 0 a 6 *-10
Karned run*. Toledo 1. Two-base hits,
Whalev. Arthur. Ilartmnn; 2. 1 -oft on
bates. Wheeling 3; Toledo Sacrifice
hit*. B?H*k. Arthur. Stolen hase*. Oalla
gh?*r. Whale y, Hartmsn 2. CVell. Cooke,
Smith. DouhU piny*. Whaler 'tb Shaw to
llardesty;; Whnllng to Whaley to Shaw;
(Tnokc to Hartmnn to Klhm< Cook" to
? 'ell to liartman: Ilartmnn to Klhtn.
Bases on holla, off Oarvey 2; orf Keenan
? Hit by pitched hall. Cecil. Strurk out.
hy Oarvey 2. Time. !:2v. Uinyin*. Ilallcr.
U oil III .< \\ at:,.
Special Dispatch to the Intelllceneer.
NEW CASTLE, Aug. 19,?Now Castle
won from .lack son In the-first Inning,
soring four runs. The Visitors never
caught up, and th- home tMtn had an
easy time of it from that time to the
Score: IIII K |
Younk'xt'n ..3 0 1 0 ft o n 3 G?1210 4
Saglnau- l 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 O? 4 s
Batteries?Brodle and Zlnram; Miller |
and North wang.
Krrplllg Up ll? Wlnilfllg 4, a It.
Special Dispatch to tho Intelligences
YOUNGSTOWN, Aug. 19.?The home
team Is keeping up ltd winning gait.
Saginaw proved an easy mark to-day.
Youngstown finding no difficulty in
touching up Miller.
Score: It H K
N?".v Castle ..4 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0-9 10 2
Jackson 0 0 12 0 UO0 0?3 S 4
Batteries?B, Wliltehlll and Donovan;
Derrick, Englu and Davis.
JUST LIKE WHEELING.
Brooklyn Wokr Up In the Seventh ami |
Won From IMlUbnrgb.
BROOKLYN, Aug. 19.?The Pitts
burghs batted Abbey out of the box in
th?- second inning of to-day's game.
Daub then went in and hold thetn down.
In the seventh inning the Brooklyn*
Svoke up. making four doubles and a
single off Hewey before anyone was out.
JIawley was substituted and two triples j
were made off him. which, put th.r
Hruoklyns two runs to the good. The I
f nitre of the game were catches by |
Padden and Grlflin.
PITTSBURGH. All. It. D1I..PO. A. B.
Donovan, r. f 5 2 1 2 0 I
Ely. - - 5 2 1 4 C
Sugden, c. f 4 0 I 1 0 0 I
Smith. I. f 5 0 l 0 1
.'.yon*. 3b U 0 -2 1 4
Merrltt, c. ; 3 113 3
Davis. lb 5 1 2 J|) 0
liuKhey, p 3 0 0 U I
I'auden, 2i> 112 5 3
Uawley, p 0 0 0 0 u
Totals ?? 7 1> 21 13 1 |
tft? ?OKLYN. AB. It. BIT. l'O. A. E.
? riillti. e. f f> 1 1-4 0 l
St,indie. 3b 5 1 2 3 2 0
Daly. 2b ? 1 1 3 3 0
Corcoran, h. a 5 2 4 .1 3 0
\(i'lerson, lb 1 1 2 12 0 1 I
McCarthy, I. f 4 2 1, .3 0 1
Slioch, r. f I 0 1 n 0
J: ?rioll, o 4 2 2 1 I
? \l-lj'-v, p I) 0 0. ? .0 2
Daub, p 2 0 2 .0 I
i'ayiM! 1 0 1* 0 0
Totals 28 10 17 27 IC
M'ayno batted for Abbey in' Kccond in- I
i'iit.tburgh 0 r> 0 0 0. 2 (i 0 0? 7 ,
Brooklyn 0 2 0 0 0 1 G 1 *-l'J |
Earned runs, I'lttsburgh G; Brooklyn 9.
J'HHt l?aso on errors, IMttshurgh 1. Left
"u Pittsburgh 9; Brooklyn 7. Homo
"hi. Donovan. Three-base hits, Hhoeh,
f'-iib. Two-base hits, Shindle. Crlllln.
l,ily. Corcoran. Anderson, Btrrrell, rnyno.
i-!>. Sacrifice hit. Mcf'arthy. Stolen
'?anei*. Daly, McCarthy, Padden. Struck
? 'it. by Daub 1; by Hawley I. Ba.???s on
?all.-, orr Daub 2; off Ilugh'-y 3. Hit by
nt'-heiJ hall, Sugden, Daly. Doable plays,
''orconm, Daly and Andei"S6n; Daub,
Shindle and A'nderson. Umpire, Sberl
?!-in. Time, 2:30. Attendance I'.S'jO.
f,iiiil?\ lllr Shut Out.
r'HILADKIJMIIA. Aug. 19.?Prnxor
*-vh4 badly punished In tiie fifth Inning
'"?ilay. The Colonels could do nothing
" Ith ('JirHey and failed to veorf. Attend
?'ibfre 1 ,*W). Score:
?-?'i.-. It II K I
i'oiladelp'a .10 (1 1 a 0 0 ft 2 2?ir? 18 11
'? " HVlIlo ..0 0 (-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 .8
i itrned runs. Philadelphia It. Pitchers, I
' und J'razor. Umpire, Cotiahau.
Ctrvrlnml Willi Two.
WASHINGTON*, Aug. 19.?Cleveland I
'??ok nv? games from the Senittors to- |
?lay by good pitching find fn.H fielding.
?D.ti'iidnnce J.fiflO. First gam?.'f score;
It II E I
?lrnon ..0 I ft I ft ft ft 0 I- ? 12 3
1 ?'?vi'land ...0 | I) 1 0 3 0 C *--13 IS 3 f
'??irii"<i runs. Washington Oloveland
fitrhern, nynn and Wnlluee. Bin
? Pildlor and Hurst. Time, 2:lf?.
ond game. Score; It If M
???'b'gtoii ...() ft 11 2 0 '? ft 0 ft?2 7 0
' viand ....0 0 2 0 2 0 3 I) ?- 7 10 0
, i'firnrd runti, Washington I: (."leveland
; PlteliT*, Oornian and Ciippy. Umpire,
""r?t. Time, 2
U but n Drf<"i?l t
f'ALTIMORB. Aug. 19.?The Brouim
}o-day loolc tiie first game of t heir Heri-s
'"o:n the Champions. The defeat of the
''"ii" team was due to a large asHort
nif-iit of errors, as they outhaffed the
?^ItorM ami wer- able to bunch their I
' ? In 1 h?> only two Innlngj In which |
scored. Attendance .'1,237:
M; -" : It If K |
[. iltlmore ...,0 ft ft .'I ft 0 I 0 0-7 II
hi. I.Dills 2 0 0 2 1 3 0 1 ,0?9 1ft
JCm-nnd runs. Bnltimoro 4; Bt. Douifl 1
\rw York Ml III lunuh, ,
Ny.W YOUK, A'Ug. If).?Tho Now
ioi ki? round Pi lend soonHlly In UMlay'a
game thttt^Annon took him out or tin. i,ox
In tlio second inning ami put Tenhoy In
?*? Pitch. Curry wan about n* ea*v a
murk a* tlit Now York* had ni-t tliln
MiMiiuin. lh" Now York*, however, hud
to play hard to win, a* the Chicago* hit
( lark haul and often.
Score: ii I, ,,
CThlruwo . 2 0 0 0 Ii 3 II I) |>~;, K
N.?w ^urk ...l ii a o o 3 0 'J ?-.* |J .]
Kani.Ml run-t. Chjeilgo 4. t\,.w Yurk r
iMloh'TH, rnrrv nud Kilrinl: tMnrk? 11...
plre, hmsllo, Attendance a,W Time, 2:3o"
Won Ilk llir KlM|||||,
ltOSTO.V, Auit. lB.-Hnok Kwlim'?
"'?'!? til" flrnt ttiinie or their l".it
I'antor" Irli' to-ilay liy liuril hltllnit In
Uto I'lKlith, wlitm Miller utulVutml
|;g ? triplet. Atto.idan""
Score: 1, |.
Cincinnati ...5 0 0 0 1 I 03 *Jj ! y
liomon 0 1 0 ,0 r> t u ii ?_j 13 "
Cincinnati 4; n.^tan 4,
i. yesterday played
lioh with tho Wheeling team,
Double plays abounded yesterday" like
the loaves that fall Jj) uutunm.
prk'h.mty on Moiulny cracked out n
tltffi 111,(1 tw0 home rutiH, a
total of 12 bases. Tho record has been
excelled only onoo thin season, and that
by himself, on July 15 he made fuur
home runs and a single, u total of 17
bases, which Is the record of the league.
i1'!!hc.1"kn?cl|',1K: P?lloy" pursued by
,s not calculated to do any
Kood, Htlll It will not disrupt the league i
The tactics pursued by Wheeling can
scarcely be understood. The only solu
tion offered Is Jealousy. Wheeling must i
, ?? lh/' top rung or there's fault-Had
ing galore,?Yonngstown correspond
ence of tho Pittsburgh Dispatch. The
only thing that Wheeling Is "kicking"
these days Is base lilts, and Interspersed I
among them arc* a few generous home
Here In a dole that tho Washington
Observer gives McNIeriiey: On nil sides
Tuesday evening the work of Umpire
McMernoy In the game with Toledo
was roundly denounced. The spectators
with perfect unanimity, declare that the
ball which McXlcrney called foul, pass
ed directly over first banc, and ns the
Initial bag la always placed with all
four corners Inside the diamond. It could
not have lieen a foul ball. Mc.Nierney
left on the evening train for Pittsburgh
Tuesday and If the- Washington inan
agemen can prevent It he will not return
,,fr? uplln th!? season. The game will
likely be protested.
That Tuesday Washington-Toledo
Kamo Is commented on by the Washing
ton Observer ns follows: There was no
doubt that tho ball went fair, and Mc
Merney's bad Judgment Just cost Wash
#l?n. .? K'nme- I'^rguson, who pitched
for Toledo, was bntted hard nt he start
off. ? runs and as many hits were made
ofT his pitching After that he steadied
up and kept Washington from scoring
until the ninth, which bade fair to be
a repetition of the flint, when the um
pire cut It short. Rltz's action In taking
the men ofTthe field was criticised by
some. If tho boys had played the game
out bore was still a chance left of win
All the umpires In the Inter-stnte
league are having a hard time of it
says the Saginaw Courier-Herald. They
nearly mobbed McXIernov in Toledo
yet the papers say be was all right.'
Keefo Is one of the best of the lot. yet
tho crowd cursed him In Thursday's
game. After Thursday's game two or
three of the New Castle players gather
ed around him and made threatening
gestures. A police officer ? who htood
near, asked hiin If he feared trouble
ane Keefe replied. turning contemptu
ously toward the players, "If there Is
any trouble don't worry about me
I m not nfrald of any player on the
team. I can 'look out for myself in
any gang of ball player*." It' i3 this
spirit of fearl?rssnesfi and decision tint
makes Kcefe respected by the players.
On it ?'irr Sllrrr Uiula.
Special Dispatch to the Intelllroncer.
MARIETTA, ?? Aus. 19.?Marietta I
iler?at?l MrConnellsvllle to-day on u
16 to 1 baali. the acore being 32 to '2
L'iiIvcrilty Foot Ilnll *rn*on.
Special Dispatch to the Jntellljjencer.
BCKIIANNOX, W. Ya., Aug. 19.?The
manager of the West Virginia Universi
ty foot-ball team, who lives here, says
that all applicants for positions on th?
team will begin practice at T.-rra Alta
Pr.'ston county, on the main line of the
J3altlmore_& Ohio, on August .list, and
will continue practice there until after
th" opening of the fall term of the West
IT COMES SUBE.
"Lust Day* iifPompfll" will l?r Srcn Ilrrr |
Srptrmlirr 7. S.uml III.
The Information.as given exclusively I
through the columns of the Intelligencer
yesterday that Pain's "Last Days of j
Pompeii" would probably be given here
four night* during fair week was talked I
of generally about town yesterday, and
everybody was unxlous tu know I
whether the final arrangements bad I
been mode for the appearance of the ]
1 can now be stated that the contacts
have been signed and the exhibition,
with Its .*'.00 people and Immense scenery
and effects, will positively be seen on the
upper end ??f Island, September 7, S,
'j and 1U. The old base ball property will
be put In shape at once and elevated
seats be built for tlu? accommodation of
the thousands of spectators who will
no doubt come from miles around to see
AA/ithn better understanding of the
y* transient nature of Mm mnny phys
ical ills, which vanish before proiieref
f or ts?o n Mo e IVorts?pica sa n t e fror t s?
rightly directed. There is comfort iu
Mio knowledge, thai, so many forms of
sickness are not due to any iietuul dis
ease, but, simply to n. constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Sy rup of Fips. prompt
ly removes. That is why it is tho only
remedy with millionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to tin: fact, that it is the
ono remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without dcbjlilnting the
organs on which it acts, it is therefore
all important, iu order lo get its bene*
iieial clfoots, to uole when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which Ik manufactured by the Cali
fornia Tig Syrup Co. only nnd sold by
all reputable druggists.
if in the enjoyment of good health,
and tho system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies arc then not needed. If
afillctcd with any actual disease, one
may be commended to tho most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the heal, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stand* highest and l? most largely
M0UND3Yir,lK. ?' "
A UiM'rllnnroiH .UHuiigo of Miliar Mitt
Iriinnm Plnraliull'* MMroptdl*.
A good llustrutlon of how truo at heart
are some Democrats who olMtm to bo for
free silver, wan no en In on* of our banka
the other day. Thin Democrat walked
In tho bank boldly, having a check In
Imrul, which he preiienled fur payment
anlcltu? for gold, Tie* cashier didn't Obey
bin Instructions,but paid him,In good old
Hllver. I b* In a free dllver Democrat Just
because the position he holds demands
that lie Hhonld be.
Unit will shortly be brought by several
parties In thin place jigalnst the
North Penn Oil Company, nf NVIiorllni:.
Tor damages In n law mini, on ucoount
of a refusal on the part of the company
lo drill a bloeli of territory upon which
they proourcd lauaes under promise to
drill two wells.
An association to be known as "The
Gentlemen's Driving Club of Mounds
vlllo" ban been organized., composed of
loading cltlr.ens. They haw arranged
for throo days of racing, beginning on
the lr.th of next month, on tie* fair
ground track. A purse of $1,000 has
The Echo yesterday had the following:
"An enthusiastic Republican, of Kosby's
Rock. has ordered a large cannon made
for him at J. It. Jones' foundry, In thin ,
city, which he will nko In campaign
demonstrations. lie said in his order, !
'I am goins to shoot her for Atkinson.' "
, Tho Halt I more & Ohio depot at thin
place, la to bo thoroughly overhauled,
and repainted. A front Jones Is working
hard to make his station tho most at
tractive along the main line. It Is re
lated tlmt a new Ohio River depot Is to
be built hero the coming fall.
Tho Equitable Insurance Company, of
West Virginia, promplly paid through
their agents here, Rlggs <Sr Parsoms the
Ion* sustained to tho residence of Melvln
Powell, on Fork Ridge, by being' struck
Ida Maury, eighteen years old, died
this evening of pneumonia. She lived in
New Martinsville and has been visiting
her brother here for about thr*o weeks.
The remains will be taken to New Mar
tinsville this morning.
The city examining committee of the
school teachers have tlnlshed their work.
Seven certificates were Issued, six being
primary and one grammar. Five teach
ers received No. 1 grades and ono a No. 2
"Word has been received from Joseph
Stlllwell, who was taken to the Martin'*
Ferry hospital n week ago for treatment,
that he Is improving In health. This hla
many frlenda will be glad to learn.
George W. Hickman, a convict from
Lewis county, died In tho penitentiary
on Tuesday, after a long Illness. Ills
l?ody was burled In -the prison grave
T. O. Mathews, from here, will Join the
Wheeling delegation of Knights of Pyth
ias on Sunday, and go to tho Cleveland
Mrs. Hugh Harris, of Gallon, O., nnd
Mrs. Oscar Wright, of thin place, will
leave to-day for Mountain Lake Park.
C. A. "Weaver, sr., accompanied by his
son, C. A. Weaver, jr.. left yesterday
afternoon for Mt. Clemens, Mich.
Misses Myrtle Tlmblln nnd HalHe
Weaver, of Mannlngton, are the pleas
ant guests of Miss Laura Hornbrook.
Thomaa Cletrg and wife, of Bellnlre,
are visiting relatives here.
J. M. Booth leaves to-day for the cast
on a business trip.
W. W. Echols. of Wheeling, was In
the city yesterday.
The county Jail has throe Inhabitants.
I!np? Mini HUhnp? In the Thriving City
Acrms tl?c ltlvrr*
The Republicans are much pleased
with the selection of the rooms In the
Hotel St. Clair building as headquar
ters. All agree In saving that It is about
the best place In the city for the pur
pose. The regular weekly business
meeting will be held here this evening
and should be largely attended. A
largo number of Republicans ore In
favor of organising a big marching
club, and this will be talked over at the
meeting this evening.
S. L. Wood returned yesterday'even
ing from Smlthlleld nnd Ernest Tweedy
from New York, both In Jefferson ooun
ty. Both report the free silver craze
dying out and they heard of numerous
Democrats who will not vote for Bryan.
Two Democrats told Mr. Wood that they
would vote for McKlnley, nnd Mr.
Tweedy can eoy more than that. Mr.
Tweedy heard of one free silver Re
George W. Tweedy and son Walter.
George Barger, S. L. Brlce, Jerry Eb
bert, Thomas II. Stanton and Peck
Sowders will attend tho reunion of the
Fifty-second o. A". I. at Smlthlleld to
Ira Sedgwick and James Medlll re
turned last night from a tour of the
lakes. They were at Sandusky, Detroit,
Mackinac "and other cities.
Mrs. Bertie Ilobonsack, Misses Ella
and Kate DeVault, Amelia Reltz and
I .aura HIpklns have returned from
Mrs. Leonard Bushnell and son. who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Ratciiff, will return to New Bedford,
R. C. Montgomery left yesterday on a
three weeks' trip through Ohio In the
Interests of the Bellalre stove works.
The Inwn fete given at Walnut grove
last night by the Epworth League of
the M. E. church was well attended.
George McGnlre and Thomas Item
ing. who>were arrested on a delicate
charge, were discharged yesterday.
Yesterday M. C. Mitchell and W. B.
Francis received their commissions as
deputy supervisors of elections.
Mrs. Ella Bishop nnd Misses Anna
Green and Anna Elbert have returned
Quite a number of Knights of Pythias
will attend the annual encampment at
Miss Mary Swart'/, will entertain a
party of friends this evening.
Hon. O. J. Ilelnleln Is at Mackinac
with a pnrty of friends.
MIbs Maggie Pennitiglon Is visiting
friends at Moundsville.
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. T. Ong arc visiting
relatives at Smlthlleld.
Miss Ida McMasters, of Mt. Pleasant,
Is visiting here.
Hal Stroupo returned yesterday from
William Kern, of Steubenvllle, Is In
Atlriilion, Knight* of I'vthln*.
Following the usual custom, you will
want lots of address cards If you attend
the encampment at Cleveland. August
so that you can exchange with
brothers from other cllles. A catalogue
of.the latest and llnest designs of K. of
P. and Uniform Bank emblem cards can
be seen at the Intelligencer olllce, where
orders will be taken. All the .designs
nre embossed and printed In tine colors,
and tire Just the thing for the 1S9G en
tJooil Upright IMmiw Chen p.
We have a Dark Rosewood Piano,
7 1-U octaves, in perfect condition, with
out a scratch or mar and looks as good
as a piano fresh from the factory,
which we offer at J105. This Is a rare
bargain. 17 W. BAUMEB CO.
THE whole system Is drained and un
dermined by Indolent ulcers and open
pores. Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve
speedily heals them. It Is/the best pile
cure known. Charles II. CJoetze, corner
Twelfth and Market streets; Bowie &
Co., Bridgeport; Peahody & Son, Bnn
All Norfa iif I?oral Ne\v? nivl (Jimlp from
11?r <i||?M fMtV.
Mr. Jonoph II. Donham, tho Demo
Pop Hllverlte, who lx one of tho leaders
In tint movement In Holuiont county,
was (|uoli'd In tho Intelligencer ycMoi'
tluy im having mild lliut "n wngo earner
would I)'? a fool to voto for free idlvor." .
Mr. Donlium limited up thu eorroNpond
oilt who furnished tin? Item yoBterduy I
I and wild In* had boon mlsropreNontod. .
I Mr. Denlmm In a gentleman of capacity
enough to understand most any <|ucstlon |
I that ho studlci!, and ho anya ho ban .
I Htndlod tho money question thoroughly
and understands It. lie Is also an
lioneHt mun and should bo given an op
portunity to glvo lila version of tho
statement, Ho nays: "What I did say, |
and I uin not afraid of successful cftn- ,
trudletlon, was. that Til 10 WAOI3
F.ARNFIt WOULD Itr. Til 13 I.AST,
MAN TO H13013IV13 ANY BENEFIT .
FROM F111313 HIIA'l31t." Thin corrco- |
tlon ??f tho views of Mr. Denlmm should
bo panned along tho lino tis coining from i
a nilv??r man who understands the ques
tion and Ih honest enough to say Junt
what In* means.
j Hon. Lorensco Danfonl had iv splendid
I meeting at NoIT'm siding Tuesday night.
Tho audience wan made up of tho farm
er!* and Minora living In that vicinity
[ and thoy llRtenod attentively in tho ar
guments and faota statod by tho con
gressman. A Democrat from that men
tion snbl yeaterday It wns tho ablest
presentation of tho queslon bo had
heard and would do Rood In that neigh
Tho school board tin* other night let
the contract to furnish coal to Israel
Polky at $:i 35 por loo bushels. and elect
ed the following Jnnltors: First ward,
Mrs. Sarah Moore; Second ward, Mollk
Rooco; Belmont building, Mrs. Lucy
Severs; Kelly building, Mrs. Mat tie
Williams; Indian Hun, James llolt;
Fifth ward, Men. M. .1. Hhlnehart, and
for the Central building, Samuel Mc
Cards are out announcing tho mar
riage of Mr. Walter Murray, formerly
n bottle blower of thin city, but now of
(las City, J ml., and Miss Agnes Han
Ion, daughter of Mr. T. T. llanlon, of
IJnrnosvlllc, which la to take place Wed
Some campaign literature on sound
money and tariff was posted In the win
dow of it vacant room here, but the
agent for the property Is a sllverlte.
and yesterday he tore the literature all
Mrs. John Frederick and daughter.
Pearl, will leave to-day for their home
at Little Hock, Ark., after visiting
friends and relatives In tho city.
Charles McCnbe. operator of the West
ern Union Telegraph Company, will re
turn to-day from Louisville, wljcrc he
intended tho bicycle races.'
Charles Blackford has returned to his
home at Went Lafiyette, Ohio, after
spending a week with I'erry Cummins,
In the Fifth ward.
Tho Novelty Stamping works closed
down Tuesday evening, notifying Its
employes to report August 31.
Walker Mollott, aged ton years, was
burled yesterday afternoon from Ills
late residence on Rose Illll.
Mrs. Fred Muhleman, of the Third
ward. Is visiting friends and relatives
I)r. John McDonald came home yes
terday from a visit with relatives at
Ooorge Westlake will leave to-day for
Nlles, O., whenj he will play ball for
a few days.
George Myers and family came in yes
terday from Bethesda, where they spent
a few days.
Miss Maud Nicholson ha* returned
home from Bcthcsda, where she spent a
Misses Ada Wyrlck and Kate Ro
defer came in from Epworth Park yes
Mrs. Charles Fltzpatrlck and daugh
ter came In yesterday from Bethesda.
Miss Mario Clements in home from
Bethesda, where she spent two weeks.
Rev. H. A. L. King is able to be out
woman never really
knows the meaning
of happLaesa ana
content until sha
Is the mother of
a "healthy, happy
child. She never
reaches the full de
gree of womanly de
has felt ue pleasing
maternity. All this
happiness may be
maned or jnay be
turned into misery
if tlir child U not a
liralthy child. The
health of the child depends on the health
?f the mother, both before and after birth.
Heredity ia utroug, and it is every woman's
duty U> give her children the best possible
chancc in life. Nothing that she could pos
sibly give them can be as valuable as health.
Wealth cannot be enjoyed without health.
Nothing can be enjoyed without health.
Health Is life. People who are not healthy
are only half alive. The child who starts
out with a robust body and vigorous, virile
health, has even-thing to be thankful for
and nothing to be afraid of. You cannot
expect such a child to spring from a weak
anil sickly mother. Most all of woman's
weakness and particularly the weakness
that most strongly infiucncc9 the health of
children, comes from some derangement or
disease of the distinctly feminine organs.
All such trouble is as unnecessary as it is
terribly distressing. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription will cure all troubles of thi?
nature.\ There is no gbess-work about thin
statement, and there is no qualification.
The "Favorite Prescription" Bbould be
used promptly and nersistently uutil the
6ymptoms entirely disappear. In every
case, it restores perfect health and strength
and assists in the healthful and regular per
formances of all the natural functions. The
"Favorite Prescription" should be taken
regularly by every woman during the entire
period of gestation. It gives strength to
all the organs involved, lessens the pains
and danger of childbirth and insures the
health of both mother and child.
If you core to kuow nil ntout the " I'avorlte
Prescription." and to read the testimony of lnni
drcdnof grateful women,send n one-cent stamps
to cover co*t of mailing only, and receive freeu
copy of Dr. I'lerrc's Common Sense Mrdicnl
Auvivrr ? ir*jfl nsnes. profusely Illustrated.
Address. World's ni*pem.'?rv Mrdicnl Associa
tion, No. 663 Main Street, Hulf<ilo, N. Y.
In order to give everyone an oppor
tunity to soo the grand crops In the
western states and enable tho Intending
pettier to secure a home, tlw Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway has ar
ranged to run a series of harvest ex
cursions to South and North Dakota,
and to other states In tho west, north
west and southwest on the following
dates; July 21, August 4 and IS. Sep
tember 1. 15, lilt and October G and 20. at
tli" low rate of two dollars more than
ONE FA It 13 for tlx1 round trip. Tickets
will be good for return on any Tuesday
or Friday within twenty-one days from
date of sale. For rates, time of trains
and further details apply to any cou
pon ticket agent In the east or south,
or address John ft. Pott, District Pass
enger Agent. Willlnmsport, Fa. m
Mr. C. D. YONKFit, a well known
druggist of Howling Green, Ohio, Is
speaking of Chamberlain's Cough Item
edy, says: "I take pleasure In recom
mending it to my customers, for I am
certain that It will always please them.
I sell more of It than all other kinds
put together." For sale by C. It.
(Joet'/e, W. W. Jrwln, C. Schnepf, C.
Menkemeller, John Klnrl. W. H. Hague,
II, C. Stewart, R. R. Hurt, .1. Coleman,
A. 13. Schealc. William MenkemeJler,
1. (1. Ehole, Wheeling; Howie & Co.,
Hrldgeport; n. F. FeaU>dy & vSon, Ben
Urntn#, tlnitorni', K<inlp
rornt?forll?i>ilcnml l?rnmCorp*. Low.
Mt. prtc?* ?v?r<|t|nti*d. Kinn ('ntaloir, <t*)
lllu?trstlons,m?if/'if A",' HVUpitnand
.MotIn A InMrurt'nKfnr AmMnur Mmi.Ih
I,von a nr. vi.v.
lar. AOust HI, ani) V ' ? ?
;T 20, 180(5.
COItHETB-CWO. E. IITIFEI, ti CO
Lines are broken, boxes soiled, but tlie wares are
good as ever. Leading brands, that can't be
bought at any time for less than the listed prices,
which is just DOUBLE what we ask for them.
Somo of tlio brands: Q / p /
Mme. Warner's Dress Form, 8, D,
Dr, Warner's Coraline, Loomer's Cataway, Etc., Etc,
j\lDil?0 &, ??
Won more prizes at the Carcoll Club Cyders' Race
Meet than any other make of wheel Steel won the
race of the day by a magnificent spurt on the home
stretch, coming through the bunch on a Rambler.
Every Rambler on the track took a prize.
smm ?? mm\p
^ l')2:t Market SI., Opposite I'ostollloo, Wheeling, \V. Vn.
House with (on room?. No. 103 Four
teenth street. This every modern convent
enee. la In perfect repair. Apply to
JyS p. CARTER LIST.
SAL1-" ? A noon FARM ON
J1 easy terms. Call anil bco It, four miles
out from Wheeling: on the Wheeling uiui
Fairmont pike. Fine bulldlnjp* of all
kinds In good repair, and fruit of all kinds.
In line suape to make money. For more
information call and see for yourself.
WILLIAM L. DOWLER,
Twenty-ninth street Toll House, Wheel
ing. W. Vj?. Jyltf
AP1IW CIIOICK LOTS AT P.IHJIN'UTON
Cheap ami on Easy Terms.
W. V. HOGE.
orfl City Uhnk ltulUling. 1"(M Market Street.
TOCKS FOR SALE.
|Q M shares WheelliiK Hallway Co.
3 Wheeling Pottery bonds, t? per cent.
60 shares Junction Iron Company.
10 shares La Hullo Iron Works.
20 shares Hellnlre Steel Company.
60 shares Wheeling Brldgo Company.
SO shares Dollar Savings Batik, Bellalro.
SO shuresAeina-StandurdSteel .t Iron Co.
10 shares Wheeling Steel and Iron Co.
20 shares Franklin Insurance Company.
K. S. Ill WIN, Broker, 22 Twelfth St.
RIVERSIDE IRON WORKS.
BELLA IRE STEEL CO.
W11EE 1,1 NO STICEL & 1110N CO.
Simpson & Hazlett,
NO. Mil JIAKKET STHEET.
STOCKS IIOND8 AM) INVHSTMl'.NTS.
? ts? 2; KOIlltTKIi.VI'll sriSKfr,
Has a Tliorouiilily Equalled Job
BOOK AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING
w AVKUAGI? WEEK LY NET IN
,101) COM K with U'.V) Inwstcd. Safe,
conservative. Prospectus, proofs, free. F.
DALY. iHro.iiiway. New York, au7
Q ALESMEN- OXB IN F.VERY STATE
K J to sell our cigars on credit. Sampler,
good pay. expenses and exclusive terri
tory fur proper applicants. Address P. O.
Box 1M, New York City. __ JeL'O-s
"\\rANTED - TRUSTWORTHY PER
>> SON to travel. Salary $780 and ex
penses. Reference. Enclosed self-ad.
dressed, stamped envelope. SECRETA
RY. Box "P." Chicago.
Bv order of Its Hoard*of Directors, a
majority of the directors being present
and concurring, a special meeting of the -
stockholders of the Wheeling & Elm
11rove Rnilroad Company Is called to ha
held si t the ofllce of the company in Wheel
lug. West Virginia, on Thursday, Septonv
her 17. ISM, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Wl LI.1AM CAULK,
_aul7 I Secretary.
"VT OTICE IS HEREBY (?i\'EN THAT
,a> a special meeting of the stockholders
of "DA1//.KLI.. C.ILMORE'AND LEICJH
TON COMPANY" will be held at Its prin
cipal otllce In the city of Flndlay, llan
cock county, Ohio, on THURSDAY, SEP
TEMBER l(>, ISM, at 10 o'clock a. m? for
the purpose of reducing the number of
the shares of Its capital stock from 2.50O
to 1,000; and that at such meeting It is the
Intention to offer the following resolution:
Resolved, That the number of shares of
the capital stock of "Dal/.ell, (ilhnore and
Leighton Company" be and the same is
hereby reduced from 2.500 to 1.000, thereby
reducing the capital stock of said com
pany from $250,000 to $100,000.
W. A. B. DAL'/KLL.
A stockholder of said Dalzell, (Jllniore and
A. J. CLARIvK, Attorney. an 13-th
FOR RENT. '
"ITIOR RENT-SEVERAL HOOD ROOMS
.V In tbe City Bunk Building. Inquire at
the City Bank of Wheeling mr20
TjiOU RENT-TWO OFF ITER ADJOIN
.1" I NO In City Bank Building, on tho
I third tloor. Possession given at once.
FOSTOR1A GLASS CO.. Mound?vllle. W.
Vii. Jy 17
j.^OR RENT-REST OFFICE ROOM IN
I. the city; largo and plenty of light;
centrally loclod in beat advertised build*,
lug In the city. Also large hall for rent.
Apply at HIJft CLOTHIERS. Fourteenth
una Market atroeta. Ja31
Third lloor, 5 rooms 1M7
Mnln street. Basement rea
tnurant corner of Tenth and Market St*.
TO LOAN. $5,000 ?i?.K?od
V(\\l RS1P Improved Island property
l VH\ unuii. paying 12 per cent; also va
cant river lot near yacht landing.
JAM KB L. HAW LEY,
Reul Estate and Loan Agent, 1003 Muln St*