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Menu, Claud* Coyle mid HerringI,ill.
of the Wheeling Baae Rail club, ,rrlved In the city from Plttibur* yeslonUy afternoon, and aro loidnr no ( m* In pr?>4rln# Wheelljiir rbr the openlng of the approaching Intijr.sute Utt ball aeaaon Thoy will be hero all of it"- present week, and oil A jitf 1st, jlr Hcirlnfton will movo hU family to thin city He will occupy u~jiflu?e on the inland, near the ball park, and Will make It club liou.te for tlu flayer* wh^re ho will be able to hold thein In control. Ilko a hea with no many little chicks -~2~ Mesirs. Coyl? and Herrlngton will #1hmh1 the week attending to varloua matter? pertaining to the club. Including the placing of a number of teason Doutchf. Third Oufniau.' books anil securing the advprtlein?: ior , score card. They will not ask'for donations, but will give value received for everything they get No doubt tho base hall loving public of the Nail City which now has the prospect at bavins a well managfd club, will encourage the owners of the club as th$y; should be encouraged. Of course there Is much ^ftest In the personnel of the Nailers, And Manager Coyle is prepared to stale that the make-up of the team la such that there is a good prospect of lta a factor In the Inter-state race from beginning to end. Nearly all of the players are unknown in tho Inter-state, and though this may not please, some of the cranks at first thought, it is really a source of strength. Hardly a man on IChj ?QPeiinK iuhuj ia nut okiuuo hitter and as they have neuas^teen at the mercy of the Inter-state pitcher?, they will be unable for a tim?to play Tor any possible weaknesses tney. have as batsmen. The make-up of the team will be as follow*, subject to one or two change8: Catchrrs?Messett end Toft?. Pitchers?Oarvey, Campbell* Johnson, Coyle and one other. ?? Infielders?First liase. Tom O'Brien; second, Verga; third. Donaghy; shortstop, Deise 1; third, .Weltxel 1; third, Lyons. Out fielders?Left, McGlnnls; centre, Curtis; right McSteen; McNamara. This is undoubtedly a strong team, ai will be realized when their records are known Of Campbell. Oaryey and Johnson, of the pitching corps, little need be said Campbell and Garvey were Wheeling'* crack twlrlers In *96. Johnson started with Wheeling but was released on account of the uncertainty of hi* habits. This spring he Is in excellent condition and under the watchful eye of so capable a man us Herrlngion, he should be kept Jn good shape. If this can be ac.-olqpnshed ht> in a winning pitcher, Cffrfo was known to local "fans" last season through his connection with the Toledo team the latter part of the season. He was stacked against Wheeling nine times while with the Swamp AngSls and was certainly Wheeling's "hoodoo," tor every game of thte nine was a defgat for the Nailers. lie began his career us c. pitcher in '92 with Lebanon, of the Pennsylvania statu league, which finished In third place. In '93 he was with the Boston National 1-ague team for a time nnd finished the season with Johnstown, which won the pennant In the Pennsylvania state league. In '94 he was with Oil City nnd pitched that team to nineteen straight victories; finished with Heading, which captured second place in the Pennsylvania league. In 1895 he signed with Denny Long's Toledo Western league team, and later was with Augusta, of the New England league, winning sixteen of twenty-ight games In which he twirled. In 38&G Coyle opened the season with Augusta and Joined Toledo on June 26. While with Toledo he lost six of thirty-six games. There may be another pitcher. The management has boen negotiating with Truehart Taylor, of Huntington, who i.? said to have accepted the terms ?>f Parkersburg. of the Ohio-West Virginia league, >f the catchers. Messett comes from the New England league, having been with Lewlston (.Me.) last year, when li* stood third among the catchers of ih" league; he caught seventy-eight mitcmIvc games for the "Lewlston*. T'lft. the other catcher, . mwt.from the ILmuiton fin m nf tho Vlrirlifin Icatrilf*. <>f the inflelders. Tcim O'Brien, first luiu-mati, tvax with Itangnr (Me.) In 'l?fi ?n<l *05; in th? latttr year ho led <hAm bowmen In fielding aftcKlod the l'^KU" In batting. Verga. necond ''??ernan. wna with Salem. of the South Jersey league, playing necond irifj Khort; hln tf-am won the ixmnutit. I'":?ajfhy. one of the men ultmed for third ha**1. i?lny?'d with \Van|ilnn;ton. BICYCLES-JASON O. fltAMP. I^Asd ?oooooD, | gooooS jpicycles,| No experiment* to pay for, and no freak idraa to be exploded by use. JASON C. STAMP, J523 MARKET STREET. inrMth&tf Fifty Years Ago. Ko theory of gtrra* to chill Affecttoa'i tmddlof bliiaei: Wheoardeatlovera took their fill. No aicrobeaoa their kiaaea. How happy they were aot to know The gtrm*fi4?) year* a|o. a . ..? rf* "w% . ? Ayer s merry pectoral . is the standard family remedy of the world for oolde, coughs and lung disease* It is not a palliative, and is not therefore pnt np in small cheap bottles. It is put up in targe bottles for the household.' They cost more but cure more. Fads coma and go but no theory or fad can overthrow the fact, that the greatest cure , for all colds, oonghs and throat and lung diseases, is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. 50 Years of Cures. In the Inter-state. last season, and his clever work cn the ba* and hard h 11ting were noticeable. Wetxel, another tnan signing for third, wan with "York and Hagerstown In 'M, batting .302 In the Cumberland Valley league Lyon*, of Chicago, la being negotiated with for third base, and may displace the other candidates In the position. First among the outfielders Is McOinnls, with Toledo last season; a fast man in the field who throws like u shot. In center will be found Curtis, of the Jackson Inter-state team of '96, the boF who mad? tb'i most phenomenal catch ever seen in Wheeling In a game between Wheeling and Jackson last rear The right fielder is McSteen, late of thte Salem team of the New England association, and McNamara, of Barbertoo, Ohio, is the extra fielder. Manager McKee. of the Paterson team, of the Atlantic league, offered to farm out W ha ley, of last year's Nailers, (o Wheeling, on coadKion that he should be returned oo forty-eight nounr nonce, mi* oarr wan uccuncu by the management because theh sudden withdrawal of Whaley or any other lnfielder on such short notice would surely demoralise tho team. If Whaley can be secured on better t?*rms the management would like to have him, as he la one ot-the most popular and well behaved of playera in this city. The Wheeling club management announces It baa soma good advertising space on the park fence?. Rids for the letting of the refreshment privileges will be received thla week. "President Power says no farme-l player can play in lnti?r-state teams. This will be a sad blow to Fort Wayno which hw? about completed arrangements with Manager Watklns, of Indianapolis, for the service of several , i0f the Hooslers. Ooath suu Lwftr. Last nlRht'a games In the South Side Bowling League resulted as follows: Teams. 1st 2nd 3rd Tot'! Mall Poucb .... S6S 9.10 931 '.>749 Itandy. ?14 866 H72 2652 LOCAL BKXVITIM. Matter* of Minor Xaminl la anil A bo a the Cltr. Grand tonight?Lillian Kennedy fn "The Deacon's Daughter." Opera House tonight?Tim Murphy In ^'Old Innocence" and ".sir Henry Hypnotized." Wheeling lodge No. 7, Shield of Honor, will attend the funeral of William Sorg, tomorrow. An unknown miscreant Is poisoning dogs owned by Island residents. If he is caught he will receive a taste of Justice. Wood iiros.* planing mill Is closed down, and will resume as soon as the weather permits the completion of out door contracts. The monthly meeting of the Woman." Hospital Association and the ' Woman's Union Benevolent Society, will be held tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Adam Brlckard, of McCulIoch stror't, Hast End, entertained a number of friends last evening. It was a surprise party but the hostess was equal to the occasion. Yesterday afternoon Elmer, the young son of It. L. Crlswell, of Thlrteentn Mreet. Ml from a stone w.ill while playing with some companions, and broke his left fore arm. Dr. Beeabout was called and dressed the injured member. Mr. Will W. Irwin yesterday had put In the show windows of his pharmacy in South cnapnne sireei. ime ?u m<handsomest eloeks In the city. It Is u magnificent time piece, and will be useful to passing pedestrians. who have heretofore been asking policemen for the time. ABOUT PEOPLE. fMringrriln tticCltr ami Wheeling Folk* Abrand. Frank Sexton, of Chicago, i?i visiting friends on the South Side. .Tense Knox returned to Pittsburg yesterday after visiting his brother. Fred Knok. of LaHcJIc street. Wilbur Heinleln, formerly employed at Irwin's pharmacy, hus accepted a position as drug dispenser at Coleman's pharmacy. Loul* C. Meyers, brother of Mrs. Louis Armbrecht. arrived from Lookport, N. V.. yesterday, to attend the funeral of the late iLouis Armbreeht, which takes place tomorrow afternoon. Mr. Plnkey Hone, of Mt. Pleangnt. Ohio, spent Monday with his cousin. Prof. McClelland. If* leaves tonight for Washington, to witness the Inauguration and also to visit his son. who Is attending n medical college at Wash Ington. Nt. Iteriinrd Monk? Alinoat Hurled. LONDON, March 1.?A special despatch from Paris says that the in<?n:ntery of St. Bernard has been partiiilly destroyed by mi avalanche. The left wing u .1 detnol hed The monk* lutd to tunnel ihitni^'i the snow In order to in.il .' their exit. There was no loss of life. AdopfN <?ol<l ?l?niliinl. YOKOHAMA, .March I. The government has decided to ud<?pt tin.' gold standard at a ratio of 32 I-.'! lo I. The smallest rold piece will lie of the i/nlii" of live yen. The silver yen will gradually be withdrawn. The new 11 projont comes Into operation In Octo- I ber. . j i ~ PROSPERITY 1 Slowly mid (iriultiully bill Surely It l? on the Koud. Till: JUNCTION IRON COMPANY la to Hnllri Two Jfrw Mill* ftp (lir Illvtr m Mingo Junction-Two lluiidrrd Norn 2lf?n will Find Km ploy mi nt ? On* of lit* .MltUUouon Doubt* Turii-BI*rtl<m YfiUnlft)^ )Imhi the laming of $10,300 la Mingo Town UoiiiIi. Slowly am] gradually, but purely, nevertheless the promised prosperity Is making It appearance. The Improvement In the conditions, both In Industrial and transportation circles, has been noticeable for several weeks. Freights are picking up and local mills are receiving more liberal orders. The latest specimen of this "handwriting on the wall" that Is preceding the wave of prosperity that Is promised later, is seen In the announcement that the Junction Iron Company, of this city, will build two new mills at Us big plant at Mingo Junction, up the river. For some time this enterprise has been under consideration, the Mingo board of trade championing the project. Finally the town council was persuaded to submit to the people of the place a proposition to bond the town to the extent of $10,500, with which the board of trado would purchase a large tract of ground adjoining the property of the Junction company, on which to erect the two mills. The election took place yesterday and the result shows Just how pronounced the sentiment was in favor of the enterprise, for the vote stood 3.16 for bonds and 9 against bonds. Last night there was great rejoicing In Mingo, for the two mills mean much to the people there. The steel plant of the Junction will go on In full to-morrow morning, and the bar mill will begin operating on double turn this evening. These are signs of what the future will bring forth In this great manufacturing district, known as Greater Wheeling. EUROPEAN CROPS. Winter Wheat U Favorable?Hlg Dccreate f Acreage la ludla. WASHINGTON. March 1. -In the current report of the statistician of the agricultural department is that of the European agent on the condition and prospects of crops In Great Britalu and the continent, together with the olllcial estimate of wheat sowings in India for the present year. It shows as follows: Europe?Favorable reports as to the condition of winter wheat and other crops are received In Great Britain, France. Spain. Germany, Austria, Hungary, Koumania, the northern and central parts of Russia and Poland. Severe weather In the latter part irf January was very generally preceded by heavy snow, which afforded timely protection especially where the crops had been forced forward by previous mild weather, as In Great Britain and Austria-Hungary, cr by rain, a^ In Spain. In Italy, the crops have suffered from excessive rains, especially on the fertile northern and central plains, and in the southern part of Russia winter wheat has been destroyed on a large scale by severe weather preceding snowfall. It is estimated that in Podolla and Bessarla alone 2,000,000 acres will have to be revowed wish spying wheat, and the same Is true of large areas in the Khersonex and artier fertile southern provinces. India?The official estimate of Wlieat rowings shows an enormous decrease of acreage. A total area of 36,750,000 acres Is reported as compared with 21.777.000 on January 1.1S96, and 26.032,000 on Janu ary j.isvo. me e?runatea average production per acre of ten bushels will result, under favorable clrcurosfeCTco*. in a crop of 167,500,000 bushels, a qfantlty Insufficient to meet domestic retirements. A NEW VOtCAHO Spring* Forth In Great Halt Lake?A Phe. uoitiction Indeed. SALT liAKE, Utah, March 1.?What appears to be a genuine volcano has burnt forth In the great Salt Lake, a short distance southwest of Promontory station, on the Central Pacific railway. The phenomenon first appeared recently In the form of a small cloud hovering over the water about a mile apd a quarter from the shore. It gradually Increased in dimensions and shot up so high In the air that it is now vt?ible for a great distance, and the water !n the immediate vicinity bolla and seeths and the spray is thrown up In the <jr /or hundreds of feet. The volcano I? situated In Uhe big arm of the lake on the west side of a long range of mountains, and is distinctly visible from Brlghnm city. The phenomenon Is accounted for by the fact that for the la*t six months there have been felt several slight shocks of earthquake In these regions, and it is supposed the fire and lava which have been confined In the subterranean depths have now found au outlet and are spending their force. A number of people hava witnessed the phenomenon, which has caused considerable alarm In the vicinity. of the duties of matrimony and maternity. Thty approach motherhood with considerable fear. They have learned in a vague way tiiat the baby's coming means pain find danger. Few of them have been told that these thine* ate of the past. Tain and danger ate no longer necessary. By the regular use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion during the expectant period ? safety, comfort and health ate assured for both mother and child. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is for the cure of nil diseases distinctly feminine, and for the invigoratiou of already healthy organs in time of unusual strain. It promote# legularity and relieve* periodical naina and discomforts. It has saved the vea of thousand* of women, a# their own testimony proves Taken from among thousand# like it is this letter which tells what one woman has experienced : W. K. Mstcolin. !t*j .of Knobel.CIayCo.. Ark., writes: " U'e brlievr in the merit* of l)r. Pierce'* family medicines. My wife was troubled with female weakness, and two bottle* of l>r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. together witb the 'Golden ; Medical Discovery.'cured hrr. During the period of gestation my wiferontlnued theuseofthe I 'Discovery,' and for pcrhans four months jire- J rlous to the birth of our child she nUo took the ! 'Favorite Prescription.' These medicine*, it , seemed, strengthened her entire system, nnd i childbirth to her was very easy?being attended I with very little pain. Our bsby Ruth i? ij months old Mild ?lir luo. never been sick a day, not so | much hi hnd the colic, slie is hcurtv nnd stout I nd prettv us n picture ?pretty because ?lic is ! Iie/illuy.nhd we very much blame l>r.Pierce"? lam- 1 lly medicines fur It. We keep Dr. Pierce's r.olden .Medical Discover*-, the 'Favorite Prescription' | ?nd the'Pellet*'in our home and use them. \\r have been married m???t three years and I have called n physician into my tamiiy but one time- ' h single trip, at birth of our baby." "IP taken into tlu? head by the no#- . tills two or three times a u-i-k r mi , m' Kclectrlc Oil will positively relieve the tno?t offenaive caso of catarrh," says K. F. Crane, Dunkirk, N. .Y. I J "HOW OLD, WORN I LOOK." Few Women Know This Way to Preserve Their Beauty. Dr. Qmni'i Nervum the (irraliil Health ( Itrmiiri ncmiliflcr of Womsii* The looklng*ghi?H tells ninny a woman of her fttdiiiK beauty. ttio lines In her face, the pimplea or uallow complexion and care* worn expression which always accompany 111 healtn, female weaknevn and nervous prom ration. The simple but sure way of > ik. preserving /* I Iftm f Uliigfth?and J|yJ | ^ enthusku^em^wltlng its'pralse* to their suffering sisters, because health and beauty mean everything to a woman. Mrs. Mary Francis Lytic, of 2 Hunter Alley, Hochestcr, N. Y., writes: "I was very nalo and d?lloate-had no color. I took Dr. Oreone's Nervuru and now 1 am well and strong, my face Is plump and cheekH r*d, ana my complexion pure." Mrs. William Uartels. KW Kast 87th St.. New York City, writes: "Dr. Groene's Nsrvura made a wonderful Improvement In tny face. My lady friends hardly knovfr me. I gained In llesfi and am like a different person." Get Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and Tiervi* remedy at onco and wo how wonderfully It will change your looks und feeling:'. Everybody needs a spring medicine at this aeaaon. and now is tho best and easiest time to get well. Dr. Greene's Cathartic Pllla are the perfect pills for biliousness and rontsipation. Dr. Greene. 35 West Hth St., New York City, tho noted specialist in curing diseases, can bo consulted free, personally or by letter. THE RIVER. YESTERDAY'S DEPARTURES. Pittsburgh KANAWHA, 3 a. m. Parkersburg.. .BEN HUR. 10 p. m. SUtersville HtJTH, 3:30 p. m. Clarlngton LEROY, 3:30 p. in. BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY. Parkersburg...ARGAND, 11 a. m. Matamoras.... LEXINGTON. 11 a. m. Clarlngton LEROY, 3:30 p. m. SUtersville HUTH, 3:30 p. m. BOATS LEAVING TO-MORROW. Clnclnnat HUDSON. 8 a. m. Charleston.... KANAWHA, 6:30 a. m. Pittsburgh BEN HUR. 4:30 p. m. Claringt"ii LEROY. 3:30 p. m. SUteriVllle HUTH, 3:30 p. m. A long I lie Lauding. Yesterday at 6 p. m., tho- mark* showed 11 feet 8 Inches and falling. "Weather, cloudy and cool. The Hudson will be here to-morrow morning for Cincinnati, one day ahead of he regular tline. She takes out the offerings due for the Keystone State, that boat having been disabled at Mlddleport during the high water. Hirer Telegram^ GREESBORO?River 9 feet 10 in chra and falling. One Inch snowfall I his morning. Fair and warmer to-night. OIL CITY?River i! feet 7 Inches and stationary. Cloudy and mild. MORGANTOWN?River 8 feet 5 Indie:?. Light snow this morning:. Fair. Mercury 48 at $ p. m. WARREN?River 1 foot 3 Inches. Cloudy nnd warmer. PITTSBURGH?River 7.3 feet and falling at the darn. Cloudy and cool. STEUBESTVILLE?Klver 9 feet 6 inches and falling. Cloudy and cool. Passed down?The Bon Ilur. PREVENT sickness and save doctors' bills at this season by keeping your blood rich and pure with Hood's Sarsaparllla. 6 To Offer a lie ward of 1 00 Dollars for it case of catarrh that cannot be cured, may lead to the sale of the article. But do you know of any such reword being: paid? Ely Bros, do not promise rewards in order to sell their well-known "Cream Balm." They offer the most effective medicants, prepared in convenient form to use, which is Absolutely free from mercurials or other harmful drugs. _ Pllr? t Pile*.I Itching Plies t Symptoms?Moisture; intense Itching and stinging; most at night; woino by scratching. If allowd to continue tumors form, which often bleed an ulcerate, becoming very sore. 8 WAYNE'S OINTMKNT stops the Itching and bleeding, henls ulceration, and in most eases removes the tumors. At druggists or by mnil. for CO cents. Dr. Hwayne & Son, Philadelphia. ^ OASTOniA. FOR BALE. FOR + SALE. Th?? National Collection Agency, ot Washington, P. C., will dlsposo of tho following judgment*: WEST VIRGINIA. Islington Conl and Coko Co., Islington ............... . I M 13 Gilpin ft Son, Berkeley Springs cy 01 J. F. Giliosplo ft Co.. Breta 47 31 Farrel, Norman & Co., Brookvllle.. 403 Ot) J. 1'. Bowcpnaeter, Bruccton 6S 35 Aug. Schulto, Charlestown 25 72 G. M. Christian, Dlngess. W5 00 G. R. Benedict. East Bank ?7 00 G. B. Haivey, ElkllM 150 09 T. J. Baker. Fetterman 126 oo C. Roger*, Frametown 97 35 G. W. Shiner ft Bon. Freed 332 m l- M. ft W. H Evans, Fayattevllle.. 74 93 W. T. Lilly. Grafton...... 3S7 00 N. B. Carpenter, Gap Mills 300 00 It W. Cowan, Greenwood 224 90 M. Parsons, Hendricks 2S4 20 H.J. Hughes, Illnton 3533 j. it. itamsejr. Horrman is 2c P. a. Lyons. Lyons ...... ci; 1:1 c E. 11 arc wood, Martlnsburg 44 21 Luts ft Bennett, Nestorvllle &o 2". 1? Kennedy, Pwyyllle..... 10000 Payne ft Heaver, Peeryvlllo |,',T 00 B. Parsons. Petersburg 30 97 E. F. Pharos, Pock's Run 83 40 .!. M. Woodford. Phllllpl 214 7r, C. W. Wheeler. Rowlesburg ir.7 so Stone. Bowman ft Co.. Rowlesburg.. 7S2 15 J I). Cotvger ft Co.. Ruddle 75 50 T. A. Douglas, l.tusk 391 A. Offden, Sardls i:v, 47 II. E. llland ft Co.. Sutton 160 01) Bart let t liros., Trlplett Ml 75 M. HolM'fslnger. Wheeling 112 00 J. D. Adkln?, Yorkvllle 97 32 SEND BIDS TO THE NATIONAL COLLECTION AGENCY. WASHINGTON, D. C. oc.Vs ORDERS Vt 'H THB MOST COM P LI?'ATED AND INTRICATB DESIGNS , OF PRINTING mrofully und Intelligently completed at the INTELLIGENCER JOIJ I MINTING OFFICE. J MATHNOS, Krc.-O Geo. E. Si Moving and House Cleaning* Kitlicr or bot) old house. ( needed, andn 'J'lic old-time the newer am cleaner, pretti important po new lines in ft 9x7} feet to Special Attention Tn Moffinorc .it.it Tliat clicap, there's a vasl best. While fancy Hemp /have also in p ' (240 count) fi Our New Line oj Petticoats In Black" Sat hair, are Unci arc stayed \vi use of stays i teens from 98 fcta, very hail $14.00 cach. $9.00 each. Special line and $1.50 at 7 Black Hos crock, are th sizes only?ri toe. At the pi paying: investi more than io> Geo. E. Si CLAIRVOYANT. Health?Wealth?and Happiness by consuiting Prof. Charles M. I.?>on. the celebrated Clairvoyant and Trance Medium. Ho will read your future without mistake. Gives valuable information on all affairs of life. Prof. Leon has been pronounced the world over as the irreatest Clairvoyant in the 19th century. Through his aid and advice a great many people have been made happy. He overcomes your enemies, removes family troubles, re-' store* lost affections, causes marriage with the one you love. Removes evil Influences, bad habits, and will give you correct information on lawsuits, divorces, lost friend*, etc. Never falling advice to young people on marriage and how ta choose a husband or wife for happiness, and what business la Iwiut A.l..ntn.l .x^l? r4/,K..? ma fc" uuu|fl<;u IUI opcTUJ ttvill'Oi Mining Stocks speculation a specialty. Also gives indlspenslhlo advice to young ladles on love, courtship and marriage, and tolls whether your lover Is true or faltic, and date of marriage. Thousands havo consulted hltn and found that his aid and advice led to prosperity and hapblness. He advertises nothing but what ne can do. nnd does not wish to be classed with th? many cheap pretenders found In every city. All who are in trouble, whose fond hopes have l?een blasted, who have been deceived nnd disappointed by false predictions of others. before giving up in despair are invited to call and be convinced of the above statement without delay. Hundreds of persons have an evil influence around them that they know nothing about. Sometimes It Is caused by other persons. Nome ?lmes It comes of Itself. Come and have It removed and happiness and success will follow. Business strictly confldentin!. People living out of city wishing to Know particulars as to term*, etc., endon* stamp for reply. Office ana residence, 1027 Chapline street Hours from 10 a. in. to H p. m. nir'J STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. 5555510LDERS* MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockholders of tin? 'Wheeling Bridce and Terminal Railway Company will 1m? held at the company's office, room 1204, No. 32 Liberty street, New York City, on Tuesday, the ninth day of March, is*?7, at three o'clock In the afternoon. HENRY W. HAYDEN. mrl Secretary. FOR RENT. *171 OR RENT?A FINE. LAROB ROOM, r with board. Unfurnished. Address L., care Intelligcncor office. fe16 jllOR RENT?8EVERAL GOOD ROOMS 1 In the City Bank Building. Inquire at the City Bank of Wheeling. mrJO T7JOR RENT-STORE ROOM. NOW OC' CUPIED by a butcher, with stablo In rear; also four rooms in same dwelling, No. 2347 Chapline street. Address R. LARkin. 3044 Chapline street fe20 FOR RENT-NO." 158 FIFTEENTH street, all modern Improvements, both gases, hot and cold water, bath, inilde and outside water closets. Apply to M. A. CHEW, Wheeling Boiler Works ofllee. or 1M Fifteenth street. Jal2 1,10R RENT-BE8T OFFICE ROOM IN < the city; large and plenty of light; centrally located in best advertised buildin* in the city. Also largo hall for rent Apply at HUB CLOTHIERS, Fourteenth and Market streets. JaSl Mnnum \ rooms. IS per month, on nftfl i. ]?land, In alley near Suspension Bridge. TO LOAN. *s'000 on *00iS real MQITD Improved Inland property, OALD* paying 12 per cent. Also vacant River Lot noar Yacht landing. JAMR8 L. HAWLHY. Real Eitatft and Loan Agent. 10*^5 Main at FOR - RENT FOR OFFICE PURPOSES. Two Front Rooms, second floor, ovor Stanton's Book v Store. Apply to HOWARD HAZLETT, AGENT. MACHINERY. Redman & co. GENERAL MACHINISTS. SSI* MA M UK ;Mt> OF MAKING AND blAHO.NAKY KNGINKH. Jul7 Wheeling, W. Vo, ( BO. BTIm * CO. tifel & Co. i will soon be upon us, in the new 01 Jarpctt, Mattings and Rugs will be ow is the tim? to be looking for them, carpct is being rapidly replaced by, 1 more practical Drugget They .arc cr in design and cheaper?three *:ery lints in their favor. We now have loquctte, Ingrains and Smjntp,ffgpf 15 feet spuare. r cool and clean floor covering. Yet ^difference, so be sure you get the we have and sell many yards of the e rt warp .Mailing irom oc yara up, we ;reat variety of styles the cojtjp warp om 19c to 63c a yard. [ teen, Taffeta Silk, Moreen and Moil, have single or double ruffle, and th fcatherbone, thereby making the n dress skirt useless. Price of Satc up to $4.50 each. Silk Rustle Tafdsome and best finish, from $6.00 to Moreens and Mohairs from $2.50 to : of Black Sateen Skirts, worth ?1.35 5c cach. c that will stay black", and will not ose we offer this week?children's bbed and have three thread heel and rice we've put on them it will make a nent for you, for their .value is much c a pair-^our price. tifel & Co. FOR SALE. TX>R SALE-CANARY BIRDS?A FINE F lot of Main and Female Cattarlos at HENRY HELMBRIGHT'S, 601 Market street. feis JIOR SALE. One very old Flax Thread Spinning Wheel. One wool rodo Spinning Wheel; also. Two one-cut snap crack Reels, will carry four to six cuts each. For prlca and further particular* enquire at fe23 INTELLIGENCER OFFICE. OTOCK8 FOR SALE. O 10 shares Wheeling Title and Trust Ctt. 1 Whitaker Iron Works bond. 60 shares Wheeling 8tee* and Iron C?. 20 shares German Tire Insurance Co. 60 shares Wheeling Railway Co. 5 Wheeling Pottery bonds. 6 per cent 8 Wheeling Steel 4fc Iron Co. 0 p. c. bonds. 20 shares Bellalre Steel Co. 60 shares Wheeling Bridge Co. 6 shares Exchange Bank. R. S. IRWIN, Broker. 23 Twelfth 8L JaH pOR SALE. A FEW CHOICE LOTS AT EOGIHGTOI. CHEAP AND OK EAST TERMS W. V. HOGE, City llank Building. 1300 Market St. PUBLIC SALES. ALB OF REAL ESTATE TO CLOSE UP AN ESTATE. By virtue of the Authority vested in mo by the will of Jacob Berger, late of Ohio county. West Virginia, now deceased, I will offer at public auction at the north front door of tho court house In the city, of Wheeling-, on SATURDAY, MARCH 6. 1S57, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., all the family residence pqunre of which Jacob Bergex died selxed. bounded by Zane street, North Penn street, Maryland street and North Front street, in the Seventh ward of. the city of Whoellng, together with the improvements erected thereon. The above property has been divided into lots, a plat of which may be seen at the office of J. C. Hervey, auctioneer. No. 1428 Market street, or at the residence of tho Undersigned, northeast corner of Zane street and North York street, and tho property will bo sold as a whole or in parcels to auft purchasers. Also, at tho same time and place. I will offer for sale my home pIAc# and residence, situate at the corner north of Zane street and cast of North York street, being 120 feet square, either as a whole or in parcels aa purchasers may duslrc. TERMS OF SALE?One-third of the purchase money and as much more as the purchasers may clcct to pay in cash on the day of sale, and the residue in one, two and three years, with interest on the deferred Installments from tho day of sale, and same to bo secured by deed of trust on the property sold. Title indisputable. ELIZABETH HUNTER,. Administratrix, with the will annexed, of Jacob Merger, deceased. fe34 PUBLIC SALE Of Business Property ?nd Dwellings in the city of Wheeling owned by tho bolrs of the late Robert Miller. Commencing at 10 a. m. on Saturday, the 6th day of March. 1887. at the front door of tho court house or Ohio county, tho following property will be offered at publlo sale: The two business housea, Nos. 142? and 1431 Markot street, fronting 46 feet and 2 Inches, by 88 feet and ?V? inches in length. The two will be offered as a whole, and they will also be offered separately, and fold for tlie highest price as a whole or separately. This property is situated In one of tho best business locations In the city. The right to use private alley in rear of No*. 1431. 1433 nnd 1437 Market street will be conveyed to the purchasers of tho two premises above numed. The premises No. 44 Twenty-third street, fronting ~ feet and 2*? implies, nnd No. 46 Twenty-third street, fronting 34 feet and :i'*j inches, each contains 7 rooms and wldo hall. Both will bo sold either aa a whole or separately, nnd No. 4H Twenty-third street, f? rooms, fronting about 25 feet 2*4 Inches. The division and boundary lines will ho mailt' according to the location of tho present fences, ami No. 2120 Eoff street, 7 rooms, brick, nnd wldo hall, fronting 33 feet. TERMS OF BALK-One-thlrd cash and as much more as the purchaser electa to pay. The residue to be secured by Hen on the property sold, and payablo In two equal Installment* In one and two years from the day of sale, with ti ner cent lntoresl. SAMUKI. NESBITT, Jr.. . Of Nesbltt * Devine, Agent for the Children nnd Heirs at I>nw of the late Robert Miller, deceased. 1738 Market elrcci, y> heelltig, \V. ?Va? fall , ?