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im?4 *-? ISTER-STATB LEAGUE. Turn. \v. T* Prl New Culls II 3 Mi Toledo * 6 .'US 7 D .683 Muutleld fi ? Fort Wayne b . 6 .455 iHvton S 3 Voun*;?town 4 !? .W 8j>rln*fle!il 3 S .173 yesterday'* winner*?New Caatlc, Toledo. Kort Wayne, YuunK*tu\;n. T*-dav\? iramea? Wheeling at Youngstown. iliinstleld at New Cai?tlfli HprlnnnfivJ at Kurt Wayne. Dayton at Toledo. If a certain bleacherlte, whoso name cvuld not be learned last night, had not teen anxious to atlck hia tlnueru In omeone elae'i pie, Wheeling would have defeated Younirstown yesterday afternoon. 3 to 1. As It turned out. Tounpstown defeated Wheeling. 4 to 3. If the bleacher man Is a true blue "fan" he undoubtedly feels worse than any. -< uu ?M.i?liilati(<a- If hrt la n rou) oi ?? ? - ? ? -knocker'' he Is probably jollifying for all he is worth, for his little act robbed Wheeling of a victory. It was In the fifth inning. Brodie had ttruck out. but Cooper worked a base cn balls and stole second, whence he tcored Youngstown's first run on Royce's two bagger, making the score S to I In favor of Wheeling. Hoffmelster was at the bat and knocked a foul fly over near first base and the left field bleachers. O'Brien went after the tall and all but had it caught, when this crazy bleacher man stuck oat his "paw" and caught the ball not six 1 Inches above O'Brien's outstretched bands. Tho big first-baseman was I surely excusable for saying a few hard Dings to tho blencherite. but 11 didn't do any good. HofTmelster then hit for j a single. Steen sacrificed. lUcker t got I free transportation and Musser made a two-bssger. bringing the score up to 4 to 3 in favor of the visitors. With Hoff! meister an out. Steen would have re| tired the side, and Younffstown's runs would have footed up one to Wheeling's | three. Touch luck! The game was one of the finest soen rn the Wheeling grounds only one mlsplay was made In the sntlre game. Wbaiey's fumble of Zlnram's grounder in in? secona iiuiiuk- ariik4m-imi folding was almost an ordinary thin#?, brilliant plaj-* following each other In rapid succession and keeping the spectators busy applauding. There were f<uir double plays', three of them by Wheeling an.1 all brilliant. Nine National League game* out of ten would rot be as fine expositions of the National game as yesterday's contest. Gam** like that make fans by the score, even If the home team dUIn't win?by the way. there wasn't a nfon who be- j grudged Toungstown her victory, for the Ohio boys play.nl the gam? up to the handle even If they did win It on a fluke. Qarvey and Hrodle were the opposing pitchers and the honors were about even. But for that unfortunate bleacher eplaoda Oarvey would hava carried off the honors easily. Catches In deep center and deep left by Curtis and McOlnnlss were prominent among the fielding features, both ?n*u being cheered to the echo. Lyons put up a magnlflc^rt game. In the eighth he was playing up close for a bunt from Brodle. und that player fooled him by hitting out a liner for keepa. The ball camo at Lyons like a shot. Latham would have evaded It. Lyons, on ths other hand, stock up one hand, pulled down the ball and flred It over to O'Rrlen for one of the most scnsatlonsl double plays ever seen on a ball field. Taylor, too, made some fine stops. Score: Wheeling ab. r. bh. tb. sh. sb. po. a. e. Cartls. rf 1911*0300 IfoOtnnlM. If. 4 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 i arior. an 4 u 1 1 w " ? 1 ' O'Brlm. lb.... 4 I 1 ! ? ? ? 1 0 I.roiu. lb 431301130 *tui(r. ?.... < 01210311 Cor'* rf 403300000 o Garrejr. p 3 0 0 0 Q 0^1 1 Tnt*l? S 1 1 5 1 1 ? I 1 Yoiinprn. ab. r. bh. tb. ?h- sb. IIO. a. e. rf 4 1 1 1 0 1 ? J J Hnyra. lb 4 1 J 4 " 0 14 1 0 lioftm'nr. ab.. *121X01*0 ?'?*n. ct >00010100 R:'k<r?. if Jill00??? ?jwr. lb 4 0 1 3 " 0 J ' ? ZmraU. " 400000300 I?TT7. " 1 0 1 1 J J J * ? Jlri/die, p 401 1 0 0 J J _0 Total* 33 1 M 13 J 1 37 IS 0 Wh?H(nr. -?.?<? Rub* ?ioaoooo?-J Hltn 91043061 0-11 To'inrttown. . . . . Hum.... 00004000 -4 Hit,.. 111O3S10 Karnfd run*. Wheeling 3. Yotinjr*t0*n Two hilt, McOlnnlw. O'Brton, norm, >lujiii?r. I^ouble pl.iy*. l/fonp and Tnylor. J.yomi and o'Mrl^n: !,yont. Whnl' y and ' firfen; !!#rry. )U>yc*. HoAJAalatar nn.l Brodt*. on baJI?. by Qarvey 5. (Iterry 2. Cooper, Stacn. Itlckert); bjr Hrodlr. 0. Struck out. by Garv?r 4. ClloflrmHfltfr, Munor. y.lnralxn. broil"); py jlrodla 1 BICnrCLKS-JABON c. BTAMP. M A HANDSOME WOMAN N"*v?r look* hiin'l?om*r thin when riding on a graceful whetiL A PLAIN WOMAN Narer looks l?w plain than when cycling. A SI VSIBIF WOMAN Can got mart pleaaur*. profit and dvitghtful njoyinrnt in riding a RAMBLER BICYCLE Thun any other. It'a no light and *?*y running -moat rtina Ua?lf. JASON C. STAMP 8ELL^HEM ma auiin btkui. (Lyons). Left On bnncn. Wheeling 3. YoiiiigHtown 8. First on ?*rrori?. Youmrstown 1. Tttnv, 1J0. riaylii* Hold. weL Weather, cloudy. Umpire, Kllery. MmiiflrM'i BrroM. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. MANSFIELD. May 12.?Both teams hit the ball hard this ufternoon, but Manstteld s errors wero costly. Score: R II K Mansfield ....0 ft 1 0 0 0 1 1 1-jll S New Castle ..0 < 1 1 0 3 0 0 *-il 14 2 Batteries?Mansfield, VanOlcsen and Lynch; New Castle, Llpp and drattlni. MltinMun Kuooknl Oat. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. FORT WAYNE. May 12.-Eml* was not a puzsle for Port Wayne to-day. Mlnnehan was relieved by Wayne, who was effective. S?:or*: HUE Fort Wayne..0 114*010 I?It 13 3 Dayton 0 OOOOOaio-4 114 Batteriee ? iron wayne. aunncnnn. Wayne and Campbell; D?yton, Km!g aud Weand. PolUrtf was Easy, Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer, TOLEDO, Slay 12.-~Toledo played an errorless game to-day and won un easy game. Pollard was hit hard at times, s. ..r.: RHI Toledo 1 J 1 0 1 0 2 0 C-; 10 0 SprinKflfld ...0U100UUU 2?3 l? 3 Batteries?Toledo, Keenan and Arthur: Sprlngllcld, Pollard and Stovlck. NATIONAL LEAGUE ? , Won. Lost. Per. naltlmore 13 3 .*13 LoulMYllle 9 4 Philadelphia II ? Pittsburgh 9 r? .643 Cincinnati 9 7 .K7o Cleveland X 8 .Umj New York H r, .u? Boston 7 S .407 Brooklyn ? 10 .n Chicago 6 ]i .s*? Washington 4 10 .2S4 St. Louis 4 12 ,2fiu Yesterday'* winners ? Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Chicago, Boston. Baltimore. To-day*? games?Brooklyn at Chicago, New York at Cincinnati. Boston at Cleveland, Philadelphia at Loulavllle, Wachlngton at Pittsburgh. Ssidtn'a Bad Crreo PITTS BU HO H, May 12,-Tannehlll pitched a good game, but Sugden's ln| excusable error and Donovan's wild throw to home from right, both coat a run. Klobedans kept the Pirates guessing and only crave hlta In the sixth und seventh Innlngt*. Attendance 2,000. Score: 11 H E Pittsburgh ...0 0000010 0-1 42 Boston 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0?J 7 1 Earned runs, 1 each. Three-baso hit*, I.ong. Sacrifice hit*, Paddou, Klobedanz Struck out, by Tannehlll 2. by Klobodans 1 Tim*, l :30. Umpire Lynch. Kennedy's Good Plldtlng. CLEVELAND. May 12. While Wilson wu hit hnrd by the Brooklyns, the | Indians could not touch Kennedy when there were men on bases. That tells the story of to-day's same. In tho seventh inning Umpire O'Day fined GritHn ir? and put him out of the game for dlpuUng u decision. Threatening weather kept the attendance down to eight hundred. Score: RUE Cleveland 0 0 ? 1 11 H Nil) 2 Brooklyn I 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 o-A 10 2 Earned run*. Brooklyn 1. Batteries, Wilson amid Zimmef; Kennedy and Grim. Tlm\ 1:& Umpire-; O'Day. Phillies Won Two. ST. LOUIS. May II?The Browns ahd Phillies played two gomes to-day. About 2,000 people wore In attendance, ri.,..w,.r? vnn th?* first came by a -< "? - lucky bunching of plays la the second Inning. Hart was touched up for but five scattering hits. The second game was won by the Phillies In the last lnn? ing after a hot struggle. I First gaino, score: R H E I St. Lout* y u : o o o o o o-:u a Philadelphia .0 2900100 *-3 62 I Earned runs. St Louis 2. Batteries, I JUrt and McFarland; Carsev and Clerai ents. Tims. 1:38. Umpire, McDermotu Second gams. score: K If E St. Louis I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2?4 I 0 Philadelphia .0 00001022-6 14 4 i learned run?, St. Louis 3; Philadelphia 5. ! Battorle*. Eap?r and Murphy; Wh?-eler aii'i lioyle. Ttmo 1:45. L'mplro, McDer| motL A IIU*.Would liar* Tied. WASHINGTON. May 12.-A. hit would have tied the score In the ninth, I but It did not come. Tho Orioles narrowly escaped a defeat threatened by l the weakening of Pond In the last Inn* [ Ing, when four successive hits were made off him. Maul started in to pitch for the Senators, but his arm gave out, ! and he was compelled to retire It is probable he will never pitch again. Ho . was succeeded by SwaJm. Hoffer was hit on the left arm by a pitched ball in the third Inning and Pond took his place In the fifth. Attendance 2.500. Score: RIIR Washington ..0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3-4 l: 1 Baltimore ....1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0?C 10 1 Earned runs. Washington 1. Batteries, Sw.ilm. Maul and Magtiire; Pond, Hoffer and Robinson. Time. 1:65. Umpire Hurst. A Harry Exhibition. CHICAGO, May 12.?The Reds gave a I sorry exhibition of mulling, fumbling and wild throwing to-day, giving the Colts, who played In perfect form, tho nt ttin Morir-H verv easily. Cal? I I- I HI" ? . liihfin'ft fielding wm by Ion* odds the feature. , Ho covered tho entire getting everything anywhere near him, lovornl of his chances being extremely difficult ones. Attendance I,COO. Score: R II E Chicago t 0 2 .1 0 ft I 0 M l<> 0 Cincinnati ....0 0 0 010 0 0 0-1 7 C Karned runs, Chicago 2. Batteries, Callahan and Anson; Eh rot and Bchrlver. Time, 1:50. Umpire, McDonald. BASE BALLCOKHZlt It doesn't go hard for Brodlo to do us, j For h?'s one of "our own," you know. But beaten by one of our sun-hit bleachers? Ah, there's the rub. and there's our woe. i [ The Yonngatowne loft for home at 6 p. I m. on tho Cleveland & Pittsburgh road, I and the Wheeling team will follow at 6 o'clock this morning, arriving at Wicked- | vllle before noon* in this afternoon's came at Youngstown, Say era and Camp- | boll will l>e the opposing pitchers. Tomorrow, Jordan and Eanton w 111 officiate I In the "box, and on Saturday, the twirling will be ?h>ne probably by Hrodie and Coyle or Maker. Baker was vory effect* Ivo against Youngstown last season. Tho Wheeling club will appeal to Nick Young In the Toft case. Manager Htrrlrigton saw Toft at tho Zanesvlllo depot on Monday morning, and ho promised to report hero tho next day. 1'p to date ho has not reported and It Is evident he has Jumped tho club, A Za net vllle paper ph\m he hM an offer from Bprlngftald (Moan.), of the Kast- rn league, and would accept ft If he could secure his reluie from VYhttUfig* }Ytuelivg will col release him and bo will play here or nowhere. After pl.>yInir three cameo at Youngstown, the wheelings will bo to New Civ tie, where they will play on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday .Thon the two teams ?*?me to Whaling for throe caines the latter half of the week. Wheeling should toko two of the throe at Youngstown, and two or at leaat one at New Castle. Toledo la in leoond place, and Wheeling drops to third. President Nick Young, of the National League, laat night Issued the following clrrulir: "To All league Umpires:?Don't be afraid to enforce the rule* ntrtctly. It In your only ahow of going through the season. If you flru the first tnan out of the gamo that deserves It. after due caution, you will have no trouble. You mu?t be master of the situation, or the playora will bow you all over the lot. Keep your head with you, but let the player* understand from the word 'go' that you are paid to umpire, and they are paid to play. Horns of thom will run you out tf thoy can, but If you are run out It will t>e for lack of nerve to enforce the rules. Thoy were made to b? enforced not arbitrarily, but Justly and firmly, and you must do It or neccasarlly give way to some one who will." KENTUCKY DKKBY Was Won l'fii?rdir by Typhoon If., Beating lb? Fiivorlf* Eaillr. LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 12.-The twenty-third Kentucky Derby has pasa eu imt? uiBiury nnu monn wan 11 me winter nnd spring calculation of tho talent. Ornament, the much touted son of Imp Order, that game chestnut colt whose two-year-old performance* stamped him, and rightly so, the king of the western turf, lowered his colors this afternoon before a gamer and better animal. Without being touched and with only a little shaking up near the wire, Typhoon II landed the covcted prise. Showing the way the entire distance of one mile and a quarter, the chestnut colt was never In distress at any part of the Journey The i finish was not of the sensational kind that stirs the spectators and furnishes sensations to those who have wager on the outcome, for Typhoon's victory, well and gamely contended, was won with an ease that clearly proved his superiority over the five other colts contesting for the honor. It was a good betting rare, but Typhoon, though a second choice, carried but little of the public's money. When they went to the post tho ruling prices were: Ornament 8 to 6; Typhoon 11 to 5; Dr. Catlett 4ft to 1; Dr. Shepard 0 to 1; Ben Drown, 12 to 1, and Ooshen 16 to 1. The winner was Top Gallant, out of Dolly Varden, and Is owned by J. C. Cahn. of Memphis. The crowd numbered nearly 10,000. Summaries: First, 6 furlongs?Abuse, 90 (Dorsey), to 1. coupled with Glenmoyne, won. Time, 1:18^., Hoconu. it roriongs?Aiorurtxu, iuj (Morrison), 30 to 1, won. Time, 1:05*4. Third, The Kentucky Derby for threeyear-olds (ftmls nf 'M), guaranteed value 14,000. of which $700 to second and $300 to third; one mile and a quarter?Typhoon II, 117 (Garner)>, 11 to 6, won; Ornament, 117 (Clayton), R to 6, and 3 to 5, second; I>r. Catlett. 117 (R Williams). 44 to 1, third. Time, 2:12H. Dr. Shepard, Goshen and Ben Brown al?"> ran. Fourth. 4 furlongs?Martha II, 115 (Clayton), 6 to 6, won. Time, :51V Fifth, 1 mile-Urban la. 10S (C. Relff), 8 to 5, won. Time, 1:46%. Sixth, 6 furlong*?Pete, 107 (R. Willlama). 4 to 5, won. Time, 1:18. BELLAIHE. All lord of Loral Hew* and GoMlp From the (21am City, Two fellows who wore supported to have Etroyed Into town from the show at Moundsvlllo wcro selling or trying to ?cll sealed envelopes with suggestive printing on the outside to Indicate the character of tho songs enclosed. They gave their names as Charles Brooks and Leo Lemmcr. On their persons was fnund some money, a lady's gold watch engraved on the Inner side of the en?e "Joasle West." and a not? book containing route lines from various I towns in nearly all the states of the Union. The officers think they nre crooks, but they were let off hero with light fines. They were genteel In apj>?m ranee, hut arrest was not new to thwn at all. Three other strangers thought to bo part of the same gang left town Just after thwe two were pulled in. Supt. 11. O. William* was re-elected for the ensuing year by th<> school hoard Tuesday night at a salary of $1,500. This is the iiame salary that has been paid here for years. The board also received several applications to teach, all of which were referred to proper committees. President Kelly announced his standing committees, modeslty leaving himself off of all of them, hut the board by unanimous vote made him a member of the finance committee and also that on library. A number of ambitious young men from this city will take the civil service examination at Wheeling on the 5th of Jcne, and a few will go to Steubenvllle for examination on the same date. At least they are preparing now to take the examination. Tholr courage may toll them until a later date. There being some objection to the present plan of numbering the houses In this city the matter was referred to Mayor Williams. City Solicitor Armstrong and Engineer Norton, who Will Investigate and rej>ort upon some practicable plan or in favor of the plan provided In the present ordinance. H. W. Burrows, the contractor, and Patrick Barrett were selected members of the city board of equalization by th-? council Tuesday nljcht. They meet with the auditor next week to organize. Mr. Uarrott is very low with consumption, but he thinks he will be able to be out by that time. The entertainment given by the young folks of the A. M. K. church tonight will be well attended. This being the thirtieth anniversary of this church. To-morrow nteht the older folks of the church will give an entertainment In the city hall. Ten cents Is tho admls"on Pour 8 mm I t>oys Drone imo we Indian Run school house Tuesday night and yesterday complaJnt wan made again t them before the mayor. Misses Laura Norrls and Emnw Malcolm will leave tomorrow for Pittsburgh to spend a few days with friends nnd relatives In that city. Train* cn the Parkersburg division of the II. & 0. railroad wero run over this division yeserday on account of several washouts along that line. The medical board of pension examiners met In regular weekly session yesterday and hod (lie usual number of applicants. Mrs. If. W. Dahra and children have returned from Pittsburgh, whero they spent ? week with friends nnd relatives. Rev. II. 8. Boyd, who has been visiting friends In New A theirs for the past few days, returned homo yesterday. Miss Mini Jeffers has returned home to I tealIsvI lie after n pleasant visit with relatives In the Third ward. Mrs. T. <\ Nicholson nnd liahy have gone to Detroit, whero they will spend a few weeks with Thermal Miss Belle Hea?el will leave next week for Michigan, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Martin. Miss TJessle Drlgjfs has returned home from a pleasant visit with relatives In Woodafleld. William Klldow. of Ilethesda. In the guest of friends and relatives In the | Second ward. I floecke Ilros.' suit agnlnsl the electric railway company for Injuring one of their liorscj bo that It kuU u? Lu killed Fifty Years A 20. Frealdent Polk io the White Hooae cbtlr, While Id Lowell wu Doctor Ajrer; Both were busy for human weal One to govern und one to heal. And. aa a prealdent'a power of will ometlmeadepanda on liver-pill, Mr. Polk look Ajrer*a Pilla I trow for hi* liver, 60 juri ago. Ayer's Cathartic Pills were designed to supply modol purgatlvo to people who bad so lone lnjurod themselves with griping medioines. Eelng carefully prepared and their ingredients adjusted to the oxfcet necessities of the bowels and liver, their popularity was in Btantaneous. That this popularity has boen malntainsd la w?U marked is tha medal awarded those pllla at tha World's Pair 1893. 50 Years of Cures. was tried In common pleas court Tuesday, but before the triiil eodad the cm* was comjvrombed by the atr<?r car com- | pany paying the plaintiff >100. Miss Mamie Rn#s, of Waverly, O.. is the guest of friends and relative* In the city. C. C. Kelly, of Armstrong's Mills, is spending a few day# in this city. THE secret of happiness, "Keep your liver right." Burdock Blood Bitlm la, nature's remedy for complaints of tha liver and bowels. BE5W00D. News Items from the urtlf ludaatrUl Town. Handsome Invitations have be*n Issued by St. John'a Commandcry No. 231, Knights of St. John, for the first annual reception and promenade concert, Monday evening. May, 31. This will be one of tbo moat brilliant social functlona ever given In Benwood, and It la being pleasantly anticipated by ail fortunate enough to recelvo Invitations. About forty Sunday school workers, beaides olhera interested parties, attended thpannualconvrntlonoftheSunday school teachers of Union district, held at the M. E. church last night. Council at Ita regular meeting gave the Benwood and McMecben Water .Supply Company thirty days' timo to | prepare an ordinance. Mis* Florence Rorkc, who recently underwent on operation at Raskins' hospital. Is Improving, and in expected home in a few days. J. P. Burger's Jewelry establishment is In tho hands of paper hangers, and their work will considerably beautify the Interior. Nick Truaz hsd his hand msshed at the Riverside tube works Tuesday night. Three of his lingers were severely Injured. The heavy rain Tuesday night washed away tho retaining wall In front of | Hheppard lligglns' property, on the pike. I The pupils of the public schools ar* ! being drilled preparatory to tho closing j exercises next month. Ethel MUbaugh. the young daughter of Jacob MUbaugh. Is recovering from , an uttack of meaules. Mrs.HI?ur1ns, of the lower eiidoftown. was reported yesterday as being critically 111. One disorderly fneed tho mayor yesterday afternoon and paid a tine of $5 and costs. Tho lower steel works will rrautno on Monday, It Is said, for ccrtaln. Miss I.,lnna Hennlg. of Wheeling, was a visitor here yesterday. Mrs. William Curren Is on the sick list HUmm A rosy. happy, langb. BM Ing baby brings the greatMgfMfln est happiness is all this wide, wide world to the WM wife and mother,?a babv Mh that does not know ill. WHV ness, a veritable rotnping. rollicking chernb. It rests with woman herself enjoy this great hap^^^^^^^piness. If she is afflicted with the weaknesses and diseases peculiar to her sex and does not properly prepare herself for that greatest event in womsn's life, motherhood, she may be tare that baby will suffer for her neglect and ba puny and peevish. By taking (ke proper care of herself daring the period preceding motherhood she can insure the health of her baby. " ?J Jloiu nf nmm distinctly feminine, Dr. Pierce'9 Favorite Prescription it the greatest of all known remedies. It stop* all weakening drains upon the system. It renders the coming of baby safe and casv. It is prepared by a regularly graduated, experienced and skillful specialist hi the treatment of diseases of women, Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. The wife that Is, and the mother that 1? to he, needs above all other thing* a good medical book that tells hrr how to perform 1 25^^ nurcesafully the duties of wife- I hood uud motherhood. Doctor Pletrr'i Common fletue Med. mSSf0 leal Adviaer mntaiua several wjNJliggJJi chapters devoted to the repmV* ducuvt? physiology of women and to disea?e? of the organs [ I distinctly feminine. It contain* t ftinfl orfr ooe thousand page* and mfmjl every woman should have a copy. A copy, paper eovrred. ?may he obtained abiotkteit free, ty sending twenty-one one-crnt stamp*. to cover coat of mailing nfy. to the World'* Dispensary Medical Association, No. t*>& Main Street, Buffalo. N. Y. If Ftench cloth cover ia desired, end ten eenta extra (thirty-one cents ia all), to pay Cor this better atyle of binding. EVEN cntarrh, that dread brooder of consumption, succumbs to tho hoaling inuuencfs 01 jiiuiuus vh. UNCONDITIONAL ?urrender. Is 1ho only tsrms those famous little pill* known n<i DrWitt's Utile Early Risers will make with constipation, sick h??adaohe and stomach trouble*. Charles It. ijoi'tse. corner Market and Twelfth streets; Howie & Co.. Bridgeport; Peabody & Son. Benwood. 2 jxl Jm.MM nr s&L'Z MATTINOB, arc.-OB Geo. E. St WILL YOU? Go to the ( Or furnish a cottage this fit up cool, clean and con are bright and cheap, h We've got the largest s perles, Swisses and Scrii Cretons, Fancy Ticks ar also Cushions covered or tains and Porch Sidiras these we will save you m than any other house. . 23 CENTS Is an od'l nrlce and a small price for Dress Goods, but It in all wr> nre ankln* for one of the prettiest line* of IM and ft-lnch MATTE, or Basket Suitings Wft'vo this season?ought to b?thirty-flve cents, but we've decided to close them out at 23 CENTS. Fifty Pieces All new-pretty styles snd fast colors In Jacquards, Chocks, Bourrette. and Novelty Suitings?the quality and appearance of whloh bears tho mark of much higher-priced goods? wa off?r at 25c a Yard. TOtilU <liAiia>?Aa itt vardi l?? all oaIam and widths aro here at 39c, 45c, 60c and 75c. Some special lines In the favorite Scotch PLAIDS. Pretty combinations In broken bnrn and largo Plaid*?all wool, thirty inches wide, 50 CENTS, 'Also some that were much higher, having silk stripe, at 65c, 75c, 90c, $1.00. Geo. E. Sf WANTED. ANTED-MANFOR POSITION OF trust; fair education and good address necessary; written reference required: time limited: call after 9 a. m. W. M. DEVINNEY, Stamm Houie. myll* TTTANTED?GENERAL AGENT TO TT represent the Louisiana Xioml Co.. of Mexico. (No lottery features.) Will pay good commlMlon and expenses. Bond required. LOUISIANA BOND CO.. Mexico City. Mexico. apfO AGENTS AND GENERAL AGENTS for "Gems of the Nude?from Paris." An Art Work printed In color*; 16 pace*. 11x13 Inches; entirely new. Bl* profit a. Sample copy 25r. Address HOME. S941 Market street, Philadelphia, Pa. myi stockholders' meetings. OTOCKIIOLDEHB7 MEETING. kTho annual meeting of the stockholders of the Star Building Association, for the election of the board of directors for the | ensuing year and for the transaction or I such other business as may be legally transacted by said stockholders at said meeting, will be held on May 16 at 7 p. m., room 14. Masonic Temple building, WheelIng, W. Va. By order of BOARD OF DIRECTORS ap?-my3-l(M5 for rbntj Fir rent?several good rooms In the City Bank Building. Inquire at I tbe City Bank of Wheeling. mrtt For rent-a nice, newly furNISHED room, located near Chapllne street, on Twenty-third street, suitable I for a gentleman. References required. I Call at No. 40 Twenty-third street, my7 For rent?bust office room in the city; lar?e and plonty of light; centrally located In best advertised build* I Ing in the city. Also large ball for rent. 1 Apply at HUB CLOTHIERS, Fourteenth . and Market streets. jail TTIOR RENT?STORE ROOM ON MAIN ! street. Cambridge, O., between post| ottlco and depot, lea* than one square from each. Plate front, room 20x70, with baseI ment If desired. Room new. First-class 1 openfhg for most any business. Will lease I for term of years to light party low. This I | will bear Investigation. Address L. K. ! CARLISLE, Box 755. Cambridge. O. mylO* | I t; OR I IE NT. Month. 4 rooms, cottage, 2* Kentucky *t Ill 00 I S three-roomed tenements, (12 Main St.. (> 00 2 three-roomed tenement*. *4 Main it.. 5 M [ 1 four-roomed tenement. 70 Main St.... S to I : utoro rooms ond cellars. $4 Main st... 10 00 tJ rooms. No. Nil Morrow street 10 00 ! FOR S A LB. Lots No. 9 and 10 Raltlmorc st.. UM each. Lot* In R. H. Glllespy's addition, firo each. maM-tf R H. GILLESPY. ofllco 8ccond ward Market housa. SHOE REPAIRING. BOSTON SHOE REPAIRING CO., 4* 1741 Market Street* PRACTICAL SHOEMAKERS. Shoes neatly repaired and half soled while you wait. HALF SOLING AND HEELING. PEG4)KI> 30c. 1741 Market 8treet. diamonFun^eFoilworks Old ^ "A-^IM, om ^ j We manufacture by the Old Process? I steam heat and hydraulic pre**ure. and product Guaranteed pure from flaxseed or llnMccd only. IMOMPMHI 4 CO, Allegheny, Pa. PURE LINSEED OIL In "THE LIFE" of any paint or white lead?therefore bo mir?? that your painter K?'ts 'Thompson's Oil." Pot" *?le by. W. H. CH4PM4N A SONS, Paiattra* sedBeildrrV Mpptiea. _ mrtt-mwAf ORDERS FOR THE MOST COMPLICATED AND INTRICATE DESIGNS OF PRINTING carefully und Intelligently completed at the INTELLIGENCER JOU , PRINTING OFFICE. O. E. BTIFBT, A CO. :ifel & Co. Country, summer? If so let us help you ifortable. Our MATTINGS ience the best floor coverings, tock of Silk or Silkaline Dranms for curtains and hangings, id Crashes for cushion covers, not, in all sizes. Bamboo Guv ;, Lawn Seats, etc. On all of loney and show greater variety * J* 39 CENTS. Fifty-inch wide Diagonal, all-wool Navy Suiting-Just Much goods u inuko the beat bicycle suit or outtiu? skirt?comes In navy only and la worth 60c a yard?our price 39 CENTS. Dotted Lappet Mull. Just opened up a new Una of tfassa shet*r and stylish fabrlca?they ere of the lawn family, but have fanciful woave?fwlld whit? around, with dot (mors than half-Inch In diameter) In grsen, blue, red. pink, black and lavender?alio plain red lawn, with white dot. New Dotted Percales, That are fast In colorand lowtn prlML yet so styllih and In great demand that It's hard to keep tne aasortmeat full. Just now we have all oolora la different slxo dots. GRADUATES. Tou should see our stock of Dreee Fabrics, suitable for a Graduating Costume before buying or making a selection, be it in ootlon. wool or silk. We can otter better advantages in assortment and price then it ! possible to procure elsswhere la the city. Jfel & Co. FOR SALE. FOR SALE?ONE AND OOTE-HALF lot In Greenwood century; floe location; corner lot; adjoining beet Improvemenu In oemetery. Address CEMETTHRX LOT, care Intetligenoer offloe. apll For Sale or For Derelopmeat. An OH Lease oo 41 acree la Retell DIstrlet, Muuoogalla county, W. Va., at the heed or Flat Rub, Adjoining large a<*T?lopmest?, and ssld to be toe best territory la the stat*. JAMES L. II AW LET, Real Eatate and Loan Agsney, 1005 Mat* Street, OTOCKS FOR SALE. 0 10 shares Wheeling Title and TraM COl 1 Whltakcr Iron Worlca bond. CO shares Wheeling Steel and Xroo Co. to shares German Fire Insurance Co. 60 shares Wheellnc Railway Oo. I Wheeling Pottery bonds, 0 per oeoL t Wheeling: Steel A Iron Co. Cp. o. bonda 20 shares Dellalre 8ceel Co. BO shares Wheeling Bridge Ca 6 shares Exchange Bank. R. 8. IRWIN. Broker. 22 Twelfth 8t, jP?OR SALE. 1 FEW CHOICE LOTS IT EDGIIGTOL CHEAP AND OX EAST TIMt W. V. HOGE, ? *- ?-!?J* f.AA W..V.1 Ik BONDS FOR SALE. Foatorla GIa? Company. Wheeling Steel Bridge. Wheeling Pottery. j Whittling Steel and Iron Company Bellaire Steel Company. Piedmont Water Works. HOWARD HAZLETT, Stocks, Bonds and Investments, IXOUNCC lUft BUL0M6. FOR + SHLE. The National Collection Agency, of Washington, IX C.. wlU dlspoao of the following judgments: WEST VIRGINIA. Bellngton Coal and Coke Co.. BeUnffGUpln* h Son,* Berkeiiy "Springs*!*"!^ S 8 J. F. Ollleeple A Co., Breta.. 47 a Parrel. Norinan * Co.. Brookrllle.. m 09 J P. Bovrermaater, H niceton O Si Au*. Schulte. CharlMtown S 71 8: & ?? C. Koe*m. Fram?town...? fT K O. W. Shiner 4 Son. Frf?i . tU 10 L. M. * W. H. Evan*. Fajett.rll!... 7< H e.l 2 8 Of?S^w::::n:n: ffi S H V?r?on?. l'?t.r?bui* m 17 K ] ' Pharos, Peek a Hun u 49 J ' i: Woodford, Phllllpl : tli 8 C. W. Whaaler. ftowlaabunr..... 117 10 8tona. Bowman A Co., ItawUabur*.. TM IS J. D. Cowjpr 4 Co . Ruddlo 71 K T. A- Douglas Rusk m 9 O. A- Option. Bnrdlfi ui ? H. E. Bland A Co.. Sutton M M Bartlett Broa.. Trtp"?" ? g M. achofslnK.'r . Wheelln* HI * J. D. Adkln*. YorkvllU ? ITU 8END 11 IDS TO THE NATIONAL COLLBCTIOH AGEHCf. WASHINGTON, D. C. 00M RE8TAURANT AND CATS. JOSf OPENED > 2401 lfarkat BtraaL Warm mrala served in their best atyl* Dining rooms cosey ar.d anu*. All ahort* ordar cooking. and prloea rauonabla. Only restaurant that provldoa a tlrat-daaa Ladle*' and Qentlcinan'a Dining Parlor. Ktitranre on Fourteenth street. Merchnnta' Dinner Dally. W centa. Kl rat-claw l'ifnch Choi. cult 8. llllUttAKKR. ProDrl.tox.