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< Otyectcd to by Kivei-men on Account ot the Danger It f WILL CAUSE TO NAVIGATION. I It Is CUIoaad that If tha Brldga la Ballt a r; Hi* Plana Uadtr ConaUar?tlo? It trill Kaka'lka Rim Mima BmwmI aa< r-y Ballatra tlaa Moat DufiraM itHma fr Fllt??mrnh and tha F?lla at LaalirUU. 6 Tha OtOactUaa la Datall. MKlW? v; Rlvfrmen tro of the opinion that the ^ erection of the proposed Bellalre end C -Benwood bridge, which may be built thte 'year, will make the river at that point ?toe moat dangerous for coal boat navl^ gatton between Pittsburgh and Louis^ villa. Says a rlverxnan on this subject: ft About one year ago the Belial re. Bcnwood and Wheeling Bridge Company had - . ' (he Ohio river piers# and approaches on each side of the river in Benwood and ? Bellalre. surveyed for the purpose of j f?:-i building a steel bridge across the river, p': The piers were located, and. If built, will , be in such a position that, with the piers , at the Baltimore A Qhio railroad bridge, which Is just a few hundred feet south, and the heavy tills made of slag from the furnaces of the Riverside Iron Works. In Benwood. and the Bellalre Steel Works. * Jn that city, will bring about a question . that will call the attention of all riverj , men and also the United. States govern* ! meut. and will be hotly discussed and V may put forth a legal point that may cause trougiebefore everything is settled satisfactory to all concerned, fc It will be remembered that the big flood i; of February 7. 1884. attained the height & Of 33 feet 6 Inches at Plttsgurgh; at Steu5j benvllle 4R feet 2 Inches: at Wheeling. 52 t*?t g inches. at Uoliaire. about f?.t i feet 6 Inches. The object now looked at Is the fall In the river, a* shown by the L! above marks, from Pittsburgh to Steubenville was 15 feet 4 inches; from Steubenvllle to Wheeling, a distance of twenty-eight miles 4 feet, and from Wheeling ! to Bellaire ab??ut 1 foot 4 Inches, a dl?tance of about four mile*, on the above !:/ date, and It I* clearly shown In all that distance the greatest rise was at Beiltfrt. It appears. al$o. that there 1% the I strongest current, when the river is at a I coal bating stage, and it is *aid to be all on account of the narrow jpace caused by the heavy Ml* made by the above mills. This place, as it Is marked out by fome of the rivermen. will be the most danger--us to swing noau. when making the descent past Boggs Hland. of any In the Ohio river north of the Louisville, Ky.. fall*. At the present date the way the river is crowded there would make the ri?e about two feet higher at Belllire than at Wheeling. The ?tatement is given out that the bridge will ba erected this year. ELECTED DELEGATES. T??wng Xtu'i Republican Club Klrcli Ofl?|ttei to the Ut|n? Rlklns cm urnm corp*?;m uui ninii. Last night in the police court room, chy building. tlie Toung Men'* Republican Escort Club met and elected delegates ti> the annual meeting of the We? Virginia League. n? Republican Cluba, tvhlch is to take place at Charleston on ' March 3, the day before the inauguration of Governor Atklnaon. The following delega tea were chosen: Jo<rph Purccll. G#.T*e Miller. Fred Williams. H. P Drahelle and \V. H. Alber>. The meeting waa well attended and it la attired that the club will be wvll represented In . ' the inauguration parade at Charleston. Rate to Charleston. 'p In yesterday * Intelligencer. through a ; typographical error, the rate to Charleston for clubs numbering flfty or more, was not given. When th<> party numbers le?* than flfty <he open rati- of one fare for the round trip ia given. but for uniformed clubn of flfty the rate 1* one cent ;i mill', which make* the round trip for Wheeling U Pnradrtl the Slncti. i 4 The FHklns Club drum and bugle Corps paraded the atreets in the central part of the city last night, thirty stnonc. and made a handsome nppear? ance. The Intelligencer office was serenaded. The corps expect to iw? represented at Charleston almost solidly. There are sixteen Imglenuwelve drummers and one cymbal player. Ill AX A NOLI HO MOOD. Haw ? Dij'? Operations UNdrrf "Jaek" ! PtUlcord In Bcnwoed'n Lock ???. Benwood was the scenc of a daylight robber's operations yesterday, and the "hero" also posed as a forger. His operations In the swindling lln* were merely side issues though, ait h* Is also industrious In legitimate work. Jack Pettlcord Is the name of the hero. His Victims are John Johns, of Benwood. and Mrs. Welch, of the same place. He forged the name of the former, who Is a produce dealer, on a checK ior *1 iw, and he swindled Mr*. Welch out ?>f seventy-flve ecnts by refusing to .give her the change due from her purchase of fttb. PetUeord has lately worked in the Wheeling iron and steel worRs mills at Benwood. as a puddler. He made hia hum* in a shanty boat, which In it*$If in enough said. During his Idle days he has sought to allur* the flnny tribe from the Ohio by mr*ans of the angler's art. He succeeded in getting a good catch yesterday, and sold a string of tlsh to Mrs. Welch for a quarter. She tendered him a silver dollar, which ap|>earcd f . ?o iaw to him that he started to run ' off irith It. The woman held on to him. demanding her change, and in breaklug away, he struck at her. He was rapidly lost to view, ana me men wu reported to tli** Ben wood police. The forgery of John John*' nam** to a check was reported later. Chief of Police Port<*rfleld. after making a iiearoh for hitn in Benwood, notified Captain Bennett The latter in turn detailed to his men descriptionsof Petticord. who waa nabbed last mglit In the Eighth ward by Officer Dudley. Chief Porterfleld took the fisherman down to Benwood, where he now Ilea in meditations over hla vivid experienced as an angler for other people's money. In Clerk RobfrlMK'i Ofltcr. The following transfer* of real estate were recorded yesterday. De?d dated Januan- 29, 1RJ?7. from Caroline K. Sells, of Valley drove, to Rou Settell, of th?* sanv* place, conveying three acres on Middle Wheeling creek: consideration. HOO. D?ed dated January 31, 1896. from Harah C. Brannen, et al.. to John W Taylor, all of Florida, conveying half lot mi <McCol??>ch utreet, between Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth streets; consideration, 1.100. Deed dated February 2, 1S9", from John L. Pracht and wife to Amelia B. Fftlkcnstein. conveying half of lot No. V4. In square No. 10. Caldwell's addl tlon; consideration, $1,600. I>eed dated November II. UM. from B. 8. Allison. trunt^e, to John A. Vermillion, conv^ylm? a certain parrel of land in Liberty district; consideration, 1445. Also, deed dated February 11. * 1897. from Julia Vermillion to Mary E. Kalslev.oonveylnr lame property; consideration, 1500. The MlntfU l>anr*rf. The Minuet* danced laat night aft Pythian eaatle, South Bid". Klllmyar played. There wero many visitor* from surrounding town*. DON'T dally with rheumatism. Purl- , fy your blood and euro It at once by taklot a oourss of Hood's Barsaparlila. f JULIAN SITGRBAVFS DEATH Th? Theory ? iDlcldi wu .Xol Well rsaaM-Kaneral Tmkn IManTo-uior. row-MU KlMllwt K?mllr ComsttMU. Julian Sltgreavc, a veil known young man about tho city, ?Ic<l yesterday morning, a few minutes after 8 o'clock, at the boarding house at Air. John ii. Crliwsll. Hl? death occasioned considerable comment from the fact that after h? became III uveral doctors were asked to attend him, and found it Inconvenient to do so. The cause or his sudden death was also somewhat of mystery, but the verdict of Coroner Schultae a few hours afterward that he died from heart disease Is accepted now as the true reason. The decMsed was In his twenty-fourth year, and was prominently known ns a jockey. Me had been employed ut severeal of the livery stables. On Monday he waa to all appearances In good health, and when he went to his room at 10 o'oloek at nlfht he mado no complaint of belni III. Ills heavy breathing at about 1 o'clock alarmed Mr. CrUwell, who, coins Into his room, found him In t stunor from which he never recovered. Mr. Crlswell's residences Is one door above tho chemical engine house, on Eleventh street, and he went Into the Utter placo and asked one of the Aremen to telephone for a doctor. This was.about 2 o'clock yesterday morning. The only doctor who could be reached enquired the sick person's name, and being told, anawered that he couldn't come. Severe criticism was indulged in yesterday regarding the action of the physician. The criticism may be unjust, but It is true, nevertheless, that the young man died in the heart of the city without medical attendance. Death came at 8 o'clock yesterday morning, and the deceased never spoke nor roused from hia stupor. ' When the circumstances attending his death became known, conlderablo sympathy was expressed for the young man. This sympathy showed Itself last night, when a subscription was taken up to defray the expanses of his funeral. Col. Robert White was the prime mover In raising the contribution, he being Interested on account of his acquaintance with Sltgreave's family conectlons. Julian Sltgreave had no relatives In Wheeling. He was the son of Captain 8ltgreave. an officer In the Confederate army, and who lost a leg in an engagement. The young man's mother was a daughter of Commodore Jtudd, of the United States navy. Mrs. White *a* well acquainted with i Mm. Sltgreave, prior to her marriage, and with Commodore Rudd. when she was a resident of Prederickwhurg. Va.. H'h#ro lhi> nl?n rtnilHiwI In mile. helium days. On account of this ckcumatance. Col. White wan Induced to take the step h* did. and that he wan successful In shown in the handsome caskut which eneanes the remains. There are three .brothers of the deceased. supposed to'be living in Chicago. New York and I.?ouIxvllle. There an? threo Misters also, who are actresses. Col. White endeavored to commuttlcaie with the brothers and sisters last night, but was unsuccessful. He expects to hear from them, though, before th-? funeral, which will tnk?* place to-morrow inornlnc. and the Interment will likely be at the Peninsular cemetery. WILLIAM HULL'S GUN ITas in Bvldener in ilia <tusrret wltlt Itobrrt Maldonii. Hobert Muldnon. a well-known man about town, was shut In the back of the neck yesterday morning shortly before noon by William Hull, colored. The shooting occurred oln Main street, at the corner of Seventh.^and was the resi|It of a quarrel between the two men on the previous evening. Muldoon's inJury. luckily. Is slight, being only u painful flesh wound. Hull claims he did the shooting In self defense. He says Muldooon started ! to assault htm and he an?\v ms re vol- i vsr to defend himself. Hull was arrested by Officer Cosh and taken to th?? | c)fy lookup. He was committed to jail by Squire Rogers In default of Jl.ooo bond for his heating on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. It is said Muldoon will not prosecute him In that event. the #tat- will prosevtt? v Not much information relative to t?7i?shooting can be gathered, and It is reported that Hull 11 red three shut*, the last lodging In Muldoon'? neck. Muldoon was removed to the office of Dr. D. H. Taylor, who had no difficulty in taking out the bullet, and a few minutes after .Muldoon walked away an well a man as ovcr^ A Wheeling HypnofUt. That Wheeling possesses a hypnotist of more than average merit, was demonetrated last night in the exposition of the art given by Mr. Charles Ebellng. of the Sooth Side, in the parlor's of Mr. Ed. Hofreuter. corner of Thlrty-flfth and Jacob street*. A large numb*? of Invited friend* were ores ent. and delightfully entertained. Mr. f&beUng succeeded in convincing: the roost skeptical of his abilities in the mttfmerlc line. Some of his feats excited wonder. and his performance of running a hairpin through hl? subject's arm. without even drawing blood, produped a sensation. He had his subject.* completely under control, and couM put them to sleep, or awaken them, at will. Mr. Ebelins I* an employe of th* Wanrood tool works, and has Riven other demonstrations of his skill in the Sam few month*. At the conclusion >f Is exhibition he was warmly complimented by the ladies and gentlemen who had the Rood fortune to be present. _ THE Innumerable testimonials In the possession of ltd proprietors show tho eontl work Salvation Oil is doinR. 2i 'Cents. Snrins1 Med icine | Your blood in Spring is almost certain to be (all of impurities ? tho accumulation of the winter months. Bud ventilation of sleeping rooms, impure air In dwellings, factories and shops, overeating, heavy, improper foods, failuro of the kidneys and liver properly to do extra work thus thrust upon them, aro the prime cawcs of this condition. It ia of the utmost importance that you Purify Your Blood Now, aa when warmer weather cornea and the tonic effect of cold bracing air is gone, your wrak, tbin, Impure blood will not furnish necessary strength. That tired feeling, lossof appetite, will open tbo way for serious disease, rumen health, or braking out of humor* and Impurities. 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The fact that Diamond Dye* have been the standard home dyes for nearly twenty year*. and that their sale Increases from year to year, is proof positive that they never had'an equal. ! AMUSEMENTS Another delighted audience saw the Itospow Midgets and their excellent specialty company last evening. Again the Midgets-captured the house by, their entertaining act. The boxing match. In which American and England In the persons of Corbett (Frana Ro?sow), and Mitchell (Carl Bossow), | are opposed, was again the hit of the show, though nil of the supporting company were well received. This af- j ternoon a special matinee will be given and the engagement s doses to-night. 91 r. Clement 111. Mr. Clay Clement is seriously ill at Sprlngtield. It was thought h<? would recover lti time to appear with his company here on Thursday evening in "The Bells," but his physicians deny him any work for some time. His manager hi?i niMii-Arl XI r ('lifirloa OaIi; ivoll known here, as "Nathaniel Barry" In "Shore AVr-s." who will take the star role until Mr. Clement> recovery. Manager Rlester made this announcement hst night. Althouph Mr. Clement l? Kn the forctnost rank the Wheeling audience on Thursday evening will anticipate seeing Mr. Clement's part well given. Jolm ( rlfllth In "Richard III.** The Illchard of Mr. Griffith is n great performer. It is bustling an?l full of life. More than any other Richard doe* this one deceive. He I* conscientiously villainous, and does not "wear his heart upon his sleeve." In the wooing scene Mr. Griffith was at his best. He wheedled Lady Anne so subtly that one did not wonder at her forgetting the wrong done to her and hers. AH through the play Mr. Griffith maintained this apptaranco "f honesty, and It was only when alon* or with Buckingham that he revealed his tru* purpose and chnracter. This s<?onis the proper interpretation of the part and calls for muc.i praise. Mr. Griffith has some original Ideas and Introduces several new bits of business. One excellent piece of pantomime Is given Just before the dream scene. Richard bids his officer "good night." and stands for a moment, sword In hand, tracing the plan of the morrow's battle. Presently he becomes so Imbued with the idea that imagination carried him into tiie thick n! the light. nnd ho makes ? fearful lunge at some phantom adversary and Is caught In thi- arms of Catejiby. the faithful. Mr. Urifllth received several recalls. He will be ai the Opera House Friday night. 'Town Talk In M?K? lf<?)?'4 FUt?." What in all probability will strike the patrons of the Oram! Opera House luring the last half of this week, will be the unique idea of witnessing a perform,!nee wKhout the usual tedious waits between acts. Such has beon Mr. William Jerome's Idea in presenting to the public his Twentieth Century Faroe, entitled, 'Town Talk?Tn McFaddens Flats." This company Is comprised of fome of the best people In ! the profession, combining high class vaudeville, artists with farce comedy Comedians, elves > lovers of both a rare and delightful evening's entertainment. r Kvery act is a novelty, every scene of farce a laugh. Clar CIrment In "Tha Brits." The Clay Clement Company, which ulll appear at the Opera House next Thursday, February IS. in "The Bells," is one of the strongest dramatic or ganlzatlons on tour this season. The company consist* of Charles H. Craig, for the iunit two Reasons with James A. Heme's "Shore Acres" company; Carleton Macey, last season leading man for "In Fair Virginia" previous to which h<? was a member of E. II. So them's company; George Berry, a well-know n character actor; Miss Belinda Rain bridge, for the past four seasons a leading member of Blchard Mansfield's company, and Kerra Kenwyn. who will be pleasantly recalled for her delightful portrayal of "Th<* Widow" In "The N"?v Dominion" last season. Other members of Mr. Clement's company are W. B. Mack. John lesser. Michael Coyen. Julian Oelger, Miss Amelia Gardner and Miss Lettie Allen. "The Bells'' will be. superblv mounted with special scenery by (lunula vs. tiivacc, ",\ Ilnnch of Kejrt." There was another Inn?* audience at the Grand lart night, in spite of the counter attractions, and "A Bunch of Keys'* was well received. The specialties in the second and third nets were very Rood, and encorej were frequent. Must ??f the musical numbers are new. and some very Rood imitations ar<* Riven. The piece will be repeated this afternoon, and rhf engagement will close t'i-night. It deservo* crowded houses. 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Twelfth r.tid TTarkot etrerta: Bowie A Co.,Brldgport; I'cabody A Bon, lien wood. , ^ ? Hrarlarhr and Xeumtgtn cured by Dr. M ILES*??A IV UlLU#. .?* QOfcP THE THIRTEENTH Concert by Philharmonic Quartet Given Lout Evening. FOOTNOTE ON THE PROGRAMME And the Lcimri to b? D(?wn From It?A Counter ((notation From th? line 80 a re 4?o(rd by ?D"-L?it Mght'i Concert was Up to tlao Philharmonic tftandard ? Sir. Blamtnbf rg'a Violin Composition Itcccl ved with EnlhiuUum. The Philharmonic Quartet gave ita inirieemn cuucen mm bvcihub ??? ??? tor hall, to its usual pleasure-anticipating audience. The following note appeared nt the loot of the programme, from Keehblel'fl "How to Listen to Music:" "In chamber music more than In any other style, is sympathy between performer* and listeners necessary." This gives food for thought. Whether the Quartet needed this defense, or the audience the hint. Is a mooted question; but to quote De Htalner through the medium of this same book, to which attention hud been called several weeks ago In "Musical Wheeling," as against this appeal on the programme: "It I had to choose between the merits of two classes of hearers, one of wboin hud an intelligent appreciation of music, without feeling emotion; the other an emotional feeling without an Intelligent analysis, I should unhesitatingly decide In favor of the Intelligent non-emotlonallst. And for these rcusons: The verdict of the intelligent non-emotlonallst would be valuable us fur as it goes, but that of the untrained emotlonulist is not of the smallest value; his blairie and his praise are equally unfounded and empty. Of the programmed numbers, the last two movements of the Haydn Quartett, opus 9, No. 5, were unusually well ren<l<>rt?rl. nil nerformers helnir at their Very best. The third selection, "Barcarrole," by F. Zitterburt. was a viola solo. The beautiful string accompaniment as iK?rformed last oven In jr. was written by Prof. Edward tflurnenberg, ttw .vio) 1st of the quartet. Its Interpretation, by the violins and cello and the htarty approval of the listeners, were a deserved tribute to Prof. Blumenberg. The second rendering demanded by the audience was faultless. This arranging of special music by one of the members and performed by the Quartet Is a propitious omen In Musical Wheeling. D. Alberto .Viiitai, ill?I'm'*i?r, (' > ?'!? ; The coming of Signor Alberto Jonas, the renowned Spanish pianist, is now assured, and the date has been fixed, I March 1. An advance subscription for seals taken at the Philharmonic conI cert last night shows that the music lovers of Wheeling are Very desirous of hearing this eminent artist. A large number of s*at* were subscribed for and <?ther lists have beeen made up In many of the other musical societies. This engagement is hut another evi- j dence of the revival of musical Interest | in this city. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY To l?f Celebrated "Stxi Monday Evening by the Htmetalltc I?eagne. The Hi-metCalic League held its rcg ulnr meeting last night at the La nge inoctin^. with a good attendance of tHe members. The executive committee made its report, which provided for amendment* 10 the constitution and by-laws. The committee also fortnu1ated plans for th<* regulation and government of the club room. The committee's report was practically adopted. After some general discussion, the league decided to celebrate Washington's birthday next Monday evening In an appropriate manner. Patriotic addresses will made by-prominent speakers, and the hall will be decorated In the national colors. Committees to secure speakers and decorate the hall, wero-appointed. The Bi-mctallic League extends a cordial Invitation to the public to Join with it in fittingly celebrating the memory of tho Father of his Country. PECULIAR ACCIDEST. ' A Salllinnrc & Ohio Hrakeman Ktarlr Drowned Vntrrdnr. John Weldman, of this city, a brake man on the Baltimore onto. was 'nearly drowned In a peculiar accident at Zanesvllle yesterday morning. lie was engaged on the tender of the locomotive putting In a supply of water. The pipe above him burst and he was thrown down and nearly drowned by the deluge that followed before the engineer and fireman could extricate him from his dangerous position. Wrrk of itic Poller, Last night's arrests Included Bessie Jackson, street walking, by Captain Bennett; Frank Coates. drunk, by Officer Michaels, and John Vance, disorderly and resisting officer, by Officer Gardner. 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Don't allow tzjozt io 70c anything tiro on the pies or prcsiM thst it it "jut as good" sad "will toswer ereiy pc. poM." to that job ^et ,r? et " RS, WASTE RULES." rs FROM THE USE OF DLIO rE YOU SrlllST HAVE THE Ulh '3^1 01* 9 :: tu I u Teh Cents Per Week. OM EVERYWHERE. :e by Postal Card or Tele* o. 822. j? j? FINANCIAL. G. I .AMD. Pros" JOS. SEYBOLD. >'?iihier. J. A. JEFFERSON. Am'U CasbJir. BASK OFWHEELING. CAPITAL $800.01)1). 1VUD IV. WHEELING. W. VA. DIRECTORS. Alien Brock, Joaeph F. r?U'l. James Cummins, Henry Biebenwn. A. Royiuunn. Joseph SeybolU, Glhson Lamb. Interest pnjj on spcoial deposit* , . IsMiey drafts on England. Ireland ano Scotland. JOSEPH SEYBOLD. myli Cashier._ jDANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY. CAPITAL..- ?$176,000. w I LMAHrkf T8KVT.. T. Pr*i?d*nt MnnTiMwi^i>ni.i.(M?K ...Vice President Draft* bfrjSn gland, IrvlanU, France an Germany,. DIRECTORS. William X:Itett. Mortimer PoJlM* J. A. JtoUort,Slinpson. E. M. AtKJiwon. John K. Bot#ford. -Iirjullu* Pollock. ^ . Jam ??- .1. A. MILLER Caw?j<?_ y XCU$S??B DAN lv. CAPITAL ?.... S300.000? v VANCE pr#rii*n| JOHN FRBW.V.'.V,..V.Vlca Preiident . DIRECTORS. J. K, Vnnei* Oeorg# John Wfltfcrllouaa. W. K. 8lon?. m W. H. Frank. Draft* tMued on England. Ireland. 8??l Una and $>!?}. CMhl.r.