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DA3L DALU The Wheeling player* are beginning to report Yesterday morning Pitcher Campbell arrived from Slstersvllle. his home. Much U expected o 1 Campbell <hJ? season, andwhh so good a catch or Mid general oa Moraltl behind him, be I nhotild bo near tho top of tho list among thelntor-stototwlrlers, He hud received flattering offers before he signed with I frAm ClUnal nnrciuif, 111HUU...B v?u vln's Western leairue citib, but preferred to play here. The second player to repurt waa "Bill** Taylor, iixc short-stop, wfao came down from Pittsburgh at noon. Taylor appear* to be In excellent ihupe. and in confidant of his ability to put up a game at short field (hat will plucc him well up in the estimation uf the local fane. In the afternoon Coyle, Taylor. CampL?ll >??< a?Kui? nlav.iisi nnur hiii'ii u'llllt over to the Island park and spent several hours in lining 'tun out and running the bases. Coyle and Herrlngton arc determined to got their men (n shape for good ball playing right at the start of the Inter-state waaon. and they appear to be j succeeding admirably. The.other players of the Nailers will begin making their appeariinco to-day, and all of them will have reported Wednesday evening. On Thursday the team wllf be hard at work. Captain Gllks, of the Toledo base ball te.im. got back tit town after an outing :U Point Place, and at onces*t about to prepare ft>r the team's practicegames, which begin on Friday, says the Bee. Tho players have been ordered to report here on Thursday next. The Orst game of the season will be played on Friday afternoon. when the Saginaw club of the I Michigan league will be there Tht? Saginaw* will also play the local team on Saturday afternoon. The Casino grounds will probably be used. Manager 8tZXfeel, j vrh<? has been indlitposed for some days, will probably settle the question of por! nutrient grounds next week. He has two | ultes in view, one a particularly favorable one. It may be that he will abandon the Caxino grounds before tin* championship season open* on April 27. Til* L*?|M Comptrlr. MARIETTA, O. April 5.- The OhioWent Virginia League frai1 hlse fun ?ndered by the Twin ClUe? ha.i been pUc.nl ?t cambriip* uid the management of th<* ciub plstf-d In the hands of Guy Hooker. well known in biufc- bull clrclti*. whose lu-?t venture was as manager of <he Oil City club in the Iron and Oil league. In 1S85. BOXING. All the arrangement# for to-n^ht'a boxing carnival at the re-opening of the Metropolitan Arhletlc Club at lt? Fulton arena, have been completed, an J the Indications are that there will be a large crowd on hand when the bout* begin ?f-1 ter the arrival of the 9 o'clock motor from the city. Jeff" Power*, of Cleveland, who will be thf opponent4)f "Jack" Donnvln, in the main event of the evening, a twenty-round go. arrived In town lout rlsht from the Forest City, and looks to be trained right down to the point. These : rnen met onoe before and are unxlous to come to a decUiou to-night. Af> a preliminary bout. "Jack" Dailey. the "New Tork Cyclonc." und "Ja.'k" Perew, of Cleveland, will box four rounds, and the munuKeinent of the club I 1* trying to arrangt for or.e o. tw> uddl-1 tional preliminaries. The club desire* lit krvown that It 1* not I engaged In the Jbualneai of pulling off prize nnm.'. wa>wr.-* ??. ; boxing contests." for which the club is licensed by the Fulton ooune!!. The club guarantees !'?* pat <m? thnr there will !> ? no Interference on the part of the authorities, for the reason that ho law 1* going to be fractured. There l? a ureal deal of Interest In rhe bout*, ar.d delegations at e xpected from Pittsburgh and Cleveland. A special motor will be at Fulton at the conclusion of the contents and Gen prRl Manager Welsgerber promlsea it Quick service back to town. CYCLING. i Much Interest Is being' "taken In the bicycle show, to be held&t the Y. M. C. A. building Thursday evening and Friday afternoon and evening. There will I probably be a hundred And fifty wheels <<n exhibition. The dealer* will make attractive display.*. The show will be a delightful social affair. The ladles' auxI lllary of the association decided yesterday to have refreshment* for sale. It is by no means certain that the league of American W'jicoltnen will be represented at the International championships to be held this, year in Scotland, but It Is gratifying to the admirers of the sport to know that an effort Ih being made to send over a team of t racks. Albert Molt, chairman of the racing board, would lljtf to see thlis country represented, and it is believed rhnt President Potter lir of the same inlnd. The two officials will talk the matter over In a few day's and it is pos! Hlble that some plan may be reached whereby the league will bo ably represented In the great events. Thf Carroll Club Cyclers held a well attended meeting last night at the club i house. The uniform for the riding season was adopted. It Is fls follows: Matoon and white sweaters, maroon stocklntrs.whlte trousers, liffht gray or brown caps. A club run will bo held every Tuesday evening, and a road race open '?nly to members of the club, will be run this spring from the club house to Wheeling park. The membership of this leading organization Is Increasing rapIdly. _ ^ONSTII'ATIOX Is the cause of all snrtu tif uoHmia /lltutrilorn tif ?he hlnnil. Htron* cathartic* nrr> *V0r?0 than um?1*m. Burdock Blood Bitter* In Nature's own remedy for troubles of this sort. 3 DOVI' mill Wnrla' OpriilnR T?e?d?y lid Wfiliinilajf, 105* Main Klrnrt. SKP: KMpnth'* Historical Library. BICYCLES?JASON O. STAMP. sRirvrkc 8 8 j. eighteen years old. J> 8 No experiment! lo pay for, and no freak ideas to be exploded by uie. JASON C. STAMP, 1623 MARKET STREET. % mii'-tih&rt , Ill NFir OP TWO IJ I 'j I I MERITS'! J_K w AYER'S *1? Cherry Pectoral would inolude the cure of every form of disease which affects the throat and lungB. Asthma, Croup. Bronchitis, Whooping Cough and other similar complaints have (when other medicines failed) yielded to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. AMUSEMENTS. Owing to the Immense busings* done by that great comic opera "Wang/1 last season, th?? universal demand throughout the country for return engagements, Messrs. D. W. Truss St Co. have decided to inaugurate a special tour, which has necessitated new costumes, new scenery, and In fact a bran new produc I..M M,. II,.r? .. III nouln n? sume the title role of "Wang." his third season In thut part. One of the prettiest things in "Whhk' i* the cboroi ?>f little children. The littl*> ones are the sweetest and cleverest tlmt have yet appeared on the slat;**. In New York they made one of the distinct hits of the piece, and their song "Bady, Baby, Dance My Darling Baby," 1h sun* by the children of the entire land. How the children who gee the wonder* of a theatrical performance would love to have a look behind the scenes, and how they do envy the four pretty little tots who actually take part in the Siamese opera "Wang." Behind the scenes Is a delightful place for anyone to visit, but there Is nothing more delightful there than these same four little babies who for ten minutes every night romp and sing before the footlights and have Just as much fun as though they were not being paid for It at all. They Impart life and joyousness behind the scenes; the existence is quite as refreshing as their doings when the eyes of the audience are on them. "Wang" is now on a special tour and the engagement here next Saturday, matinee and night, at th< Opera House wlll be thelast chan e to flee this famous opera. "Hid Daultr." Full of Rood things, clever wit, pretly laces, ague comedians, gruceitu gins, nimble dancers, anil good voices. "The Dossier" will open a half week's engagement at the Orand Opera House n?*xt Thursday. Since last seen, ihe piece has been, not changed, but entirely re-written, with new story, plot and situations. The company this year Is an exceptionally good one, nnd include;? Will West, Ida Rogers. Max Miller. Minnie Cline, Oriffln and Cowper, and a bevy of pretty girls In the "Cooking School Class." The songs are bright, new. and of the most popular order, the medleys and choruses are artistically arranged, the musical numbers forming a prominent feature of the programme. Tin* comedians are quick at repartee and light of foot, and the plec? moves with a briskness that hardly give# one time for a little rest between the good things that are offered. nrv inM? ti ,, ??v SI*t?r?vlJl#...Rr*TH. P- *" ? i.irJnjrton ...LEROY. 3:30 p. m. HO ATS LEAVING TO-DAY. Cincinnati....KRYKTONE STATE, * a. tn. IMttMburK'^- .HUDSON. K a. m. Tark^rnburic.AHOANp. 11 a. m. Matainorai... LEXINGTON. 11 a. m. Hi!?t?n?vili?...HrTH. 3-.r? P. m. ciarlnKton....LEROY. 3:30 p. m. lMitchurRh . .LORENA, midnight. BOATS LEAVING TO-MORROW. Chartoaton...KANAWHA, 6:30 a. m. PlitnburRh...!lRN HUB, 4 p. m. Clarln^ton I.EROY. 1:80 p. m. Slsteravllle...RUTH, 3:30 p. m. Alone the l.?mllnc. The marks at r, p. m. Hliowcd 7 f<*et <5 Inchea uml falling. Weather clear und warm. Rlvrr Trlrgr?mt. PARKERSBL'RG.?The Ohio river Is 9 feet 11 inches and rlslnK slowly. Weather cloudy: mercury 49. Paused up?The Hudnon, Ida Smith. Passed down?The Valley Belle. The Little Kanawha Is rising. Locals on time. OREEN8BORO ?River 7 feet 'Jindies and stationary. Wether warm; showers. The James O. Blaine Is due up and down on Tuesday. WARREN.?River 1 foot R Inches and stationary. Weather cloudy and mild. 8TEUBENV1LLE.?River 7 feet and ful linn. Weather cloudy and cool. Passed up?The Belle McOowan. Samuel Brown. Passed down?The Ben Uur, Keystone State I'l l X DDI IUIIi.??ut i-i u iriri iinvrz~ tenths and stationary at the dam; raining. _ DfnfncM Camint !? C'nred by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car. There is only way to cur.) Deafness, ami that la by constitutional remedies. Ih-afnnsi Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tul>e. When this tube K'ts Inflamed you have a rumbling: sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Id entirely closed Deafness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can I>e taken out and the tube restored to It* normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine case;i out of t'?n are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing 'ait an Inflamed condition of the mucous surface*. We will Klve one Hundred Dollars for any cose of Deafnew-i (caused by catarrh) that cannot be oured by Hall'tt Catarrh Cure. Hend for circular*, fret;. J\ J. CHBNKY A* Co., Toledo, 0. K. K TtJIlNICR. of Compton, Mo., tyrltea uh (hut after ufferlttK from piled for seventeen i'ci\r?, he completely cured them by using three boxen of DeWltt'fl Witch Ila?ol flnlve. It CUFM eciuina and never* ?kln dlgeane*. <\ It. Goatxe, corner Twelfth nnd Market ntreetn: Bowie & Co., Bridgeport; Peal.ody ?& Son, llenwood. C lliMklrn'4 Arnlrn Mnlvr. The beet anlve In the world for cut*, brul*e?, eoren, ulcer*, nail rheum, fevor kores, letter, chapped hand*, chilblains, corn* nnd all akin eruption*, and poslllvojy cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect *atl*f?oUon or money refunded. t"rlot? 25 oonli per box. For Halo by Log^n JDrug Co. OIIIO-SIDB liLHCTioNS. A MIimI Rrtitll at llHUlrr, but II wai a Krpnbllt Hit VlHnry-Prritllat- Hllnnlluit at it. Claim 111*?Only Oim Dtmooral \V?iU TlirongU al Harlln'i Ferry. Municipal election* ivore held yesterday at itollnlre and Ht. ClalmllK Belmont county town*. Tht? result nt Bella lro ivua mixed, but the majority of the auccMi.tfu! candidates arc Hi'publlcans. There wan not a pronounced Interest 4n the election und the vote mm llfht. Over nt 8t. ClaiiAvlltc. on the t>tlier hand. thi?ro tvns imuv i?n?tvi;l tnkon In yesterday' contut than wan seen in the national contest of last November, on account of tho peculiar situation detailed below. At Mart lira Firry. Notwithstanding a light vote won polled In Martin's Ferry, the Republicans elected every one of their candidate* in the city, excepting one assessor in the Fifth, where the Democratic candidate won by seventeen majority. This was Edward Shrodes. who recently had hi* leg amputated and who will buy an artificial leg. The Republicans elect one water! work* trustee, three electric light trustees, one ccmotery truitee, three members of the board of education,six counoilmen and five assessor* and al?o gave large majorities for their township ticket. The only close vote was for council In the Second and Third wards. The others were elected by large maJorltie*. lYmsldpriibh' Interest was man 1 feited in the contest for ihe board of education and the Republican candidates won by over two to one, defeating two popular ladles and the third candidate on the Democratic ticket. Many ladles voted, fifty-seven In the Fourth ward; eight In the First; thlrty-one In the Second; thirty- Ix in the Third, und twenty-nine in the Fifth. The total voto for the different candidates Is as follow*: Justice of the peace, Howell, (It ), 657; Kldd, (D.). 323; township treasurer, Smith, 656; Stewart 330. Township trustee, Burrls, 611; AppleKarth, 3S0. Constables, Stanton, 624; Thompson, 596; Walters, 380; Conoway, 328. Water works trusteo, Crowl, 645; iSuyless, 346. Cemetery trustee, lleslop, 650; Poxton, 350. Electric Huht trustee, (three to elect) 8chcohh\ 676; Joy, 626; Moore. C31; Floto, 33X; Wolf. 321; Selby, 344. Board of education. Lloyd. 814;RalHton, 745; 1 lanes. 750; Dr. J. M. Blackford. 378; Mrs. W. M. l.upton, 372; Mrs. E. C. Boyd. 357 In the First ward the vote for council was Kaiser, 74; Mears, j 39; Second \\^d, (two to^elecp Farnell, H-; H. If. w Minima, iau; iirnvuucui, 115; Becker. 95; Third ward. Kerr, US; Blldebrand, 111; Fourth. Hlpklns, 113; Stewart. 78; Fifth. Riley, 128; Fount. 84. For assessors th?? vote resulted:. Ro- j miff. 84; Second. Brooke, 199; Duff, 45; Third. Bbbcrt, 145; Cochran. 79; Fourth, | tttrlckltn, 121; Fifth, Cos# 102; 8hrodea, 116. In the country precinct. Martin'* Fer- j ry, the Democrats won, as utuil. How- I / II had 56. Kldd 126; Smith 57; Stewart 124; Burr!* 47; Applegarth 138; Stanton 58; Walters 125; Thompson 57; Conoway 135; Steele 55; Goff 127. Tli? B?llalr? Election. The election In Bellalro was quiet and i excited little Interest, the vote being very lluht. In the city the vote waa 400 ahort of thut of last November and In the country precincts there was a falling off of over 200 votes. Few women exercised their right of uuffraBe for school board. The result was mixed, and is us follows : Trufltee?J. M. Paull <R), 1,144; Robert Turnbull. (D.), 905. Justices of the peace?F. S. Mason, <R). 1.182; J. W. Morrell, (R.), 1.005; A. It. Campbell, (R.). 829; George Arnold. (D.). 1,049; K. 12. Clevenger, (D.). 867; Franklin Ness. (D.). 920. Mason and Morrell. Republicans, and Arnold, Democrat, elected. Constable?Fred Hazel, (R.), 1,113; EL Kennedy, iu.|, km. #t% v ? Treasurer?J. W. Lille r, (R.)? 1,11-, George Meyer, (D.). M5. Water works trustee?TV. F. Carroll, (R). 956; Georgo Henry. (D.), 682. Board of education?J. W. Heatherington, <IU, M2; J- H. Hoffmann, (R.), 865; August Schick. (D.>. XI6: J. A. Gallaher. (D.). 6S?. Heatheriogton and Hoffmann, Republicans, elected. City council: First ward?L. K. Wilson, (R.), 132; Dr. Plersol, <D.). 107. Second ward?-O. W. Keller, (R.), Ii5, KFourSlh%rd-M U.t, (B.). 516; F. HortivUf. (D.). 193. Firth ward?John Thurn, (n.)? *<?. Thomas Brady. (D.). 8". Assessors: I First word?Thomas Holt, (R), 181; J. L. LafT<?rty. (D.). 113. Second ward?I. O. Freese, (K.)# 210; | John McVey, (I).), 111'. Third \vard~J. H. Thompnon, (R.), I 108: John Rodewljr, 'IX). l"9. Fourth ward?Rdwanl Klncald, (R.), | 199: W'llllum Armstrong, <D.), 210. Fifth ward?.Samuel Leath, (R.), 159; Isaac Meyer, (D.i. 1*9. In the West Wheeling precinct. Will-1 lam Wolf, Republican, was elected o?- i sespor. atid in the south precJnct, (1. P. McKelvcy, Democrat, was successful, | At St. Clalnirlllc. Ah a result of yesterday's election. I at 8:. Clnlrsvllle, Charles 8. Frlnt Re- I publican, 1* re-elected town clerk by a; plurality of 40. and J. B. Aleyer and D.! S. Creamer, Democrats, and James W. Frazler, Republican, are ehoaen membora of council. Prior to this year Frlnt J wus elected several terms as ji Demo-1 crat. but refused to endorse the Chloa- ( KO platform last year. He voted for Mc-1 Klnley and in retaliation the tree silver 1 Democrats refused to trive him another nomination. To rub It In on Frlnt they nominated a Rryan Republican. Huwever, the Republicans promptly put I Frlnt on their ticket and his friends ar? proud of hln victory, especially In vleiv i of an URly newspaper tight that has been waned upon him by the free silver I editor of the CJaxette. The vote In detail was an follows: City Clerk?Frlnt, (R.), 163; J,ewls. (I).). 117. Council?Zacliarlah Fawcett. (R.), i 10H; J. W. Frazler, (R.), 140; R. Troll,1 (R ). 122; D. 8. Creamer, (D.), 146; J.I H. Meyer. (D.). 101; W. C. Kunkel, (D.), 113. Frailer, Republican, and Creamer and Meyer, Democrats, elected. j TWO venrn no ?. ,i. "unci. ? ?? irln ill Pleaaant Hrook, N. Y.. Iwwtht <i "mall supply "( Chamberlain-# CouKh Remedy. He sunn up the result a* folk>w? "At I'"" <lm" ,ht' *n0'1" ,vere u"known In thin aecllon: to-day Chamberlain's Cough Remedy l? a hounehold word" It I" <hu win*- In liundrada ?.t communltlea. Wherever the Rood qualItlcs of chamberlain'* Oouich Remedy become known the people will have nothlnK ' l?e. For wile by druKKlnta. luipertant CliinK< til Tlntr. On and after Sunday. Morclt ;s. pas AMiffer trains or tn?- wnceiuiR ?v. i,ni<?- i lOrle Hallway Company will leave W hotline n* follow*: Train No. 1. for MunhMoii. Canton. Akron, Cleveland. Toledo and points na.Ht and west ut 8:;"0 a. in., Central time. Train No. y. Ma/ialllon Accommodation, for all point* between Wheeling a id Masallloti, at 3:W) p. in., Central time. FW further particular* *ee time table*. or apply toagentnof the Wheeling A- ijiki* Hallway Company. TORTUHING. Itflhlne. aealy nkln eruptions, burnt and *cald* are (toothed at once and promptly heul?d by DeWltt'a Witch Hazel Salvo. the best known cure for pile*. C. R. Goetssc. corner Twelfth and .Market mrenin; Uowle & Bridgeport; Poabody & Son, Ben wood. li OASTOniA. I'U.I" u-ui In a woman'* phyaical life there ere many crit. Ifl I /Awl \\ iaU perlodi; time? of frrwnw \ change and transition ^W/ \l V of ' croiminf over U-.'* from one stage of de1' velopment to another; f \ from girlhood to wo/ \/* manhood, to wifehood, -I J motherhood; and , f i(iin when maternity rA L/ ceanea. These are pe' l\ Al r'0('H ?f danger if not tH ^ hedged about with v2xy \V proper aafegtiorda. i-?%\ \ \ A At theac time* a?y Tit I I 1 I \ MnViiui nf ?t?rim<rr. SKI I jvfflellt ^ the feminine iM I f\j organism Is liable to |V\ ATr"\ ^ave Wfiou* conaeI Y*Nf \ <iu?tice. It is not mife I [ " n \ to neglect the earliest I symptoms. of such r* N trouble. Any woman roar obtain free of charge, the profeasional advice of a akilled, experienced apelialint by consulting.eitticr personally or by letter. Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician of the Invalids' Hotel and fongfeaf Institute, of Buffalo, N.*Y. For thirty years he haa been recognized aa one of the most eminent living specialists in dlseaaea of women. His 'Favorite Preacription " is known all over the world aa the most perfect cure ever de VIKO IOI Bit ICUJUJUIC UINIUCII, MIX www neases; and the most perfect atreigthener for proipective. or nursing mothers It it the only medicine for women which i? prepared by a regularly graduated, killed physician. The moat interesting and valuable book for women ever written is Dr. Pierce'a Common 8ense Medical Adviser. A splendid thousand - page volume, with over three bunffl dred engravings and co*a? colored platea. A copy of the present edition Q FjW J will be dent absolntely j?t jjj. V^llJ free to anyone aending fl%0Jflrj| twenty-one cents in w!m* (9 one-cent stamps to pay M the cost of mailing only, iflL Dr R- V. Pierce, M| / Buffalo, N. Y. The volume ia bound in ?troag paper coyera. If a French cloth em bowed Dtnuinff is uc?ircu, ?rnu itu cviiu? c??m tbirtjr-one cents in all, to pay the rout of tbia more handsome and durable binding. MABTIW'I rZBRT. II a pa ami Mlihkpt Iw ilia Thriving Cli; AoroM th* Hirer, At the Epworth rally to be held At the M. E. church this evening:, topics will be dlacumed a? follows: Warrenton church, "Social Department," First church, Bridgeport, "Leagues Core of Converts;" West End church. Bridgeport; "Importance of Junior League Work." Theso will bn followed by general discussions in the form of question*. The Wheeling & Lake Erie passenger station a i Warren ton, will be moved from its present alto to the "Y" about one hundred and twenty yards further soutli, this week. The **Y" has been filled and a switch put down from the depot and on thin it will be moved. Tho new location will be much preferable to tho old, requiring less backing illiu liuxr, Owing <0 the mistake of the printer, the roaster appeared at the head of the Republican ticket yesterday, atui the eagle at the head of the Democratic ticket, prepared for the ladles to use In voting for the board of education and this was explained to the ladles who voted. Thomas D. Edmunds and Thomas If. Bobbins bav* been elected delegates to represent Lewis Avon Lodge No. 34, at the annual convention of th? Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers at Detroit. An Interesting meeting of the Young Ladles' Society of the Presbyterian church will be held this evening at the home of Miss Lenora Drennen.on Tenth street. Among the features will be a cake walk. Rev. Dr. Dixon, of the M. E. church nt Bridgeport, will preach to the Odd Fellows, of Bridgeport and viclnlt*', 011 Sunday, April 25. A. II. McQIenn. the newsdealer, moved Into the Scott building on Hanover street, yesterday. He sells the Dally Intelligencer. .Mrs. Joseph Walters who has been sick ten weeks, at her home on Walnut street. Is no better. Mrs. Benjamin unomas rvcnt iu nonsburg, Pa., yesterday, to visit friend?. Mill* No. 7. 8, 9 nnd 10 nt the Aetna Standard will probably go on to-morrow. Frank Dennis returned to Pittsburgh la#t evening, where he Is working. J. I. Hoyt will be taken to the City hospital to-day, for treatment. Dr. Yost, of Warrenton, fell and broke his leg the other day. Miss Laura Swartx Is visiting relatives in West Virginia. Mrs. C. W. Kuckuck continues to Improve. Business seems to bo picking up. TAKE advice! Stop coughing nt once by the immediate use of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. One bottle will cure you. IJO.VT ntlM tforU' Opening Tneaday nit Wednesday* 10.1H Main Street. ALL those terrible, itching diseases of the skin that help to make life miserable for us are caused by external ;mrasttea, uain wimiwui "" parnxlte and curee the dl?caie. Perfectly harmlMi. never fallii. ' Kicanlou In The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad announce* the aale of lixcuralon Ticket* to TVnuhlniiton, Thuriday, April 8. Washington In at all tltnea an attractive city, but It l? particularly no ot thlo unmn of the year, and while Conla in aemion. The Ion* limit on the ticket! allow" ample time for a visIt to Alt. Vernon, Old Point Comfort. Kll'IlinUJlU, .YIIHIIIIU ucavii mil* v?uc ? points. "We show below train schedules and rates of faro from this vicinity: a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. rata Wheeling 12:36 jio m Urn. Jun ... 12:65 7:20 11:00 4:00 10 00 Moundnv'* . 1:07 7:40 11:14 4:16 10 ou R'sby's R'k. 7:56 4:32 9 W Easton 4:45 9 W Cameron... 1:46 1:22 11:61 4:.V> 9 75 Bellton H:S? 6:17 !?(50 Hoard Tree M?? 6:25 f:60 Littleton..... I'M 6:.T3 < 4<1 Hundred 8:03 6:42 9 25 lturton ?:08 6:49 9 ?i) Olo'rs Gap ?:19 ?:00 9 05 Correspondingly low rales from other stations. Tickets will be valid for ton days and pood for trip from Washington to Baltimore and return at any time during the time limit. For particulars, call on or address nearest Baltimore & Ohio agent. THEY ore so small that the most sensitive persons take them, they an* so effective that the most obstinate canes of constipation, headache and torpid liver yield to them. That Is Why DeWHt'a Little Early Risers are known us the famoiiH little pills. C. K. GoeUe, corner Twelfth and Market streets; Howie & Co.. Bridgeport; Peabody & Son, Ben wood. 7 riles! Pile*t Itching Pllrt! Symptoms-Moisture: Intense itching mi Miinuinu; most at nlaht; worse l?y , ftorfttcUlng. If allowed to continue tumors form, whlrh often bleed nn ulcerate, l???. comlnir very Bore HWAVNIOH OINTMliNT atop* the ttrhlUK and bleeding, heulft ulceration, and In most r??oa removes the tumors. At clrufglsta or by mall, for W> cents. l>r. Hwayne & Son. PhllfldolnMlo. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. i A r\ -A > \ .-A 1 WBAPPER8?0B( Geo. E. Si The Simple Ai Wi " 98c Would ordinarily attract little attention. BUT LOOK AT THE CUT. HEAD THE DESCRIPTION, SEE THE WARES, examine them and we will leave you to decide whether or not they ore worth $LG0 or more. These Wrappers Are well made of choice stylos of DIMITY PERCALE, principally llffht color? (although them are grays, blues), are neatly trimmed with beading, have full back .and wide skirt, and are just what you will want for the warmer - tiny*; Bites 32 to 40 at present, all Meea/di. JAPAN AND CHINA STRAW MATTINGS. Don't be deceived, priced will be higher and that very soon. At present we have an elegant line of Hemp Warp Inlaid Mattings at 8c yard And from this we have all grades in Hemp and Cotton Warpj up to the bi*5t ............ 63c Try; us on Rugs and Druggets also. Geo. E. Si BICYCLES. Bicycles. Tribune. 4 Styles .... $100. Pierce* 7 Styles . $60, $75, $100. Stormer. 6 Styles . . $40, $50, $60. (ED. V. JOHNSON'S SONS, ?2io m\ street. FOR RENT. I^OR RENT?8EVERAi] GOOD ROOMS ' in the City Bank Building. Inquire at mo City Bank of Wheeling. tnr80 T10R RENT?BEST OFFICE ROOM IN J} the city; large and plenty of light; centrally locatcd In beet advertised building in the city. Aleo lame hall for rent. Apply at HUB CLOTHIERS, Fourteenth and Market streets. Jail TlOll IK BUT. .1 Room* * ml IUII, 1007 Wftli* Sf., #90. (1 llnomi, wlllt lull and bath. 1004 Jlaln St., *??. 4 ltoomeon leland, ?. JAWRS I,. IIAWLEY. Real Kelateand Real Katnt?I?oan Agency, 1005 Wain Street. POR RENT. Month. 4 rooms, coital, M Kentucky it $11 00 :i throo-rdomeil tenements, 62 Main St.. t; 00 2 thrco-roomed tenement*. 64 Main St.. S M 1 four-roomed tenement. TO Main nt.... 8 0) 2 store room* and cellars. $4 Main at.r 10 00 6 rooniH, ao. juii w FOR 8ALE. Lots No. 9 and 10 Naltlmore St.. JoM each. j Lots In R 11. Olllespy's aiKlltlon J^ rach. ma3l-tf R- H. OlLLK8P\. Office Bocond ward Market house. """clairvoyant. Health?Wealth -and Happiness by consulting I'rof. Charles M. Leon, the rolebrated Clairvoyant and Trance Medium. Jie will rend your future without mistake Gives valuable Information on all nffalrs of life. Prof. Leon has been pronounced the world over as the greatest Clalrvovant In the 19th century. Through his nld'iind advice a great many people have been made happy. He overcome* your enemh'H. retnoveH family trouble*. restores lo.-t nffectlons, causes nmrrUgo with the one you love. Hetuoves evil Influence*, bnd habit*. and will wive you correct Information on l*whuMh, divorcee, lost friends. etc. v....... < .. illmr lulvlce to vuunr Itrmi c nn mari-laxe und ,,lJw to choo*e a hushaud or wife for hapilnosa. and wl??t business I* bout adapted for Bpeedy rlohe*. Mining Block* 'peculation u Rpeclatt?. AI*o give* MdlipeiiHlble udvico to young ladle* on love, courtfthlp and man-lot*' ami toll* whallwr your lover I* trito or fal*e, and date of nmrriajjo. Thousand* have consulted Mm ond found that hi* ni,| and advice led to i'iOHp? rliy nml happlne**. Ho advertise* nothing but what he can do. and doe* not wish to be clawed with the ninny cheap pretender* found In every city. All who are In trouble, whoso fond hope* have been blasted, who have deceived and disappointed by false prediction* of other*, before giving up In despair are Invited to call and be convinced at the above atatenient without delay. Hundreds of persons have an evil Inflticnru around them that they know uoIIiIuk about. Sometime* It i?? caused by other ponton*, some time* It romps of Itself. Come-and have It removed and happlm-"" end iurre** will follow. Muslno** strictly contldvntlaL PeoPls living out "f oltj wishing to know particular* a* to term*. etc., en. clone stamp for reply. OfTlce and residence. 1027 Chaplino street. Hour* from 10 a. nt. to 9 p ui. mi'3 >. 0. 8TIFBL A 00. tifel & Co. nnouncement of rappers The Days for Shirt Waists nuw ni nwiu, mu wo Hivab \uv "w - portunity that demands us S)?w-\ lnp our line of Waist*. Particular} attention wa* Riven to thia dopant*' fiient; early purchases made, henoa' Prettier Styles and Lower Prices. Almost all are made with drtadut- 1 We collars, and In place of the stifB j>*rcaJea formerly ujwd, you wUI find floft and whoer fabrics In Lawz* Dimity and Organdie, from 4&o up to $2.60 each. Plan Black India and Colored India Foulard .Waists, very; hand* some.....** LADIES' NECKWEAR.' Just opened another lot of Idea] Chit* ton Ruchlntra, PI eatings and MWice Collars In black and colors, also while Mir* Fellies and Nainsook Boleros. CRAVATS AND BOWS Tor all new collars. New and handsome Cravat. Tie and Belt Ribbons hi stripes, checks, plaids ami fancy pattern* j-*4Vki it. rA LI I C/l \X VU? AGENTS WANTED. A GENTS-HERE IS A BONANZA. 400 per oentprofit. II to 1$ a day ?urc. Every man ana woman a possible customer. Send silver dime for 85c aomplaCHICAGO COCPON CO.. Chicago. agr WANTED?AGENTS TO SELL TBS Indelible Check Perforator: reUU; at JiOO: large commission. WESLEY MFG. CO.. 41 Park Row. N?w York. api* C* ALESMEN?LOCAL AND TRAVELo INO, to handle a necessity for all line* of retail trade. ?S.C0 per day and ?jhbim?. Light samples. Address HOL., SMI Market atreet. Philadelphia. Pa. apfi . * A GENTS WANTED IN EVERY! J\ county to sell the only authentic stcr* of the Hatfleld-MoCoy feud. Sells for Sto. Good pay to active worker*, lor terms ; and territory wrlto BARCLAY 4 CO., Publishers. Cincinnati. O. mrit-ttkAa A GENTS EVERYWHERE TO SELL J\. History of the Pearl Bryan Murder. 3 Thrilling account of this atanllnr crime I ;3 with details of trial, conviction ana tragla imnKIOK Ui lliO UluiusraiB. ununivu Waiting. Many full-page Illustrations. Price 25 cents. Sells on sight. Send foe j term* and list of fa?t Helling 25c. hooka. 3 BARCLAY & CO., Pub'rs, Cincinnati, O. i npMnwfcf. ( | GENERAL NOTICES. ~-r 1 ""V j^oncE. The State Board of Health Trill meet in Charleston April 20, 21, and 23, proximo, for tho examination of applicants for tho jjj board's certificate to practice In tho staU, N. D. BAKER, M. D? mrl7 8ocretary State Board of Health. _ R. K. Giffen & Co., SucctK" 10 lames Crangle. To Mr Friends and Patrons. Having closed out my business to th?. reliable and well known firm of R. K, $ Glffcn & Co., I take this method of thank- | lng my frlendt nnd tho trade generally for tho kind patronage bestowed on mf In the past, and ask for my SUCCESSORS the sumo liberal patronage heretofore ao*. . corded mo. ,Very respectfully. JAMES CRANGLE. FOR SALE. T^0R~8ALE?CANARY PIRDS-A FIND Jj lot of Mai? nnd Femalo Canaries at HENRY HELMBRIGHT'S. 601 Market treat. fetf SUBURBAN PROPERTY FOR SALE? Two acretf of ground with an eight- i roomed house. outbuildings, fruit, eta. Convenient to motor. Terms easy. A bargain. J. C. IIERVEY, Wheeling, W. Va. \ . J TilOR HALE?1 HORSE. HARNESS AND F delivery wagon: 1 4-wheeled truck; S 2-wheeled trucks; 1 platform scales, 1,000 pounds; 1 counter scale, weighing H on.; 1 lot of cotton and burlesque sacks; scoops, forks, sack holder, etc. \VM. CONNELl* 1054 Market street, or 78 Eighteenth streeL - . P*OR SALE. Ono very old Fin* Thread Spinning Wheel. One wool rode Spinning Wheel: J. nlso. Two one-cut *nap crack Reels, will carry four to six cuts each. For price and further particulars enquire at fefl 1NTBLLIOENCER OFF ICR _ Stocks for sale. 10 shares Wheeling Title and Trust Oft. I 1 Whltaker Iron Works bond. ' > 1 eo shares Wheeling Steel and Iron Co. -hi Fhurrs German Tire Insurance Co. to sharea Wheeling Railway co. 1 y Wheeling Pottery bonds. 0 per cant 3 Wheeling Steel jl- Iron Co. 6 p. c. bonds. ID nharoa Hrllnlrc Steal Co. b) Klinre? Wheeling Bridge Co. C nhnrcs Kxohnnpo Bunk. H. 8. 1HW1N, Broker. 23 Twelfth 8t Jail j^ofTsale. A FEW CHOICE LOTS AT EDGIHGTOH L'UEAl* AND ON KASY TKIiMS, \y. v. hoge, City ftnnu llullillnc. ? " <?<> Mmket fit. rp'inT "lNTBLUOENCKR 1PRINTING X Eitabllahmeiu-Ncut.uccuratc, prompt.