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tsow Om*t to k; s <Mu I whMjinjr n i? .fcri 1 M.Vtoil 11 H ..'"Hi I Toledo 1J 12 .500 Kort Wuyno 10 lo .BOO I t?i?rm*rtelU S? 10 .471 i Mlitinlli'ld 1? 13 ,4'ttJ I Youngntown y 13 .4in> | Yesterday's wlnnors?Fort Wayne, Toledo. To-day'* games?.Wheeling at oiinnKfield. Maniflold ut Fori Way no. New Castic at Toledo. VounK*town ni Dayton. IImIii InltrfMHl. fpool.il Dispatch to tho IntolUcencer. SPRINGFIELD, May 24.-\Vheellng jmd Springfield were playing an exciting game thin afternoon wtien the rain interfered at the opening of the third Inning. Campbell was pitching flne Uill for the visitors, though one run had been made off his delivery, and Whlttrldge was In lino fettle. WhoolInK being unable to conncot with his delivers*. Garvey will pitch to-morrow for the Nailer*. Do It Aiitln, Toledo I Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. TOI.RDO. May 24.-Tolodo again defeatcd tho leader* to-day. The home team got In the game in the last two InninK" ami won easily. Soon . it H K Toledo ... 2 0 o 0 o 2 0 2 2-* 11 3 Now Castlo....') 1 o 1 I o 0 0 o?J 8 3 U.ittorl"r?'Toledo, Millar and Arthur; New Castle, smith and L>onovnn. There ffrre !?f?ny Error*. Spociai rv.*patch to tho intelligencer. FOP.T WAYNi:. May It.-Manstleld tied the scotr in tho Inst half of the ninth, but l'ort Wuyn* Jumped on Kly. who suct"<J'.d Van ?.;i" '<? n. and won handily In the tonth. Tho iieldlm; of both teams wan poor. Soorc: U II E Fort Wayn* 1 1 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 6-14 in X 3lan?rteld ... 210010112 0? S 7 6 Batifrle*?Fort Wayne. Ilerr and Campboll . Mansfield, Van Glesen, Fly nnd Lyneh. \o Came nt Daytm* Special Vtspaicn 10 ina iiuciimciivw. DAYTON. Ohio. May 24.?No game, wet grounds. NATIONAL LEAGUE Won. Lost. Per. Baltimore 19 : .760 Pittsburgh IS 7 . !W Cincinnati 19 9 .679 Boston ....IS 9 .640 I/Oulfivillt* 12 12 .600 Philadelphia 13 1.1 .><> Cleveland 12 13 .4-tf Brooklyn . 12 14 .162 New York 9 12 .429 Washington * W .333 Chicago X IK .?? St. l.ouis 5 22 .1K> Yesterday's winner*?Boston. Brooklyn, Washington. New York. Cleveland. To-day*!* games?Brooklyn at Cincinnati. New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cleveland. Boston at Louisville. Washington at St. Louis. Baltimore at Pittsburgh. Parkcrsburj,'.BEN IIVK, 9 p. m. A Pltel?er?' 11*1 lie. CHICAGO. May 21.?A very small audience saw the Giants win a pitchers' battle from tho Colts to-day. A bane on balls and three hits In the fourth did the business. The outfielders on both side- had a busyday nineteen batsmen perishing by that rove. Weather cloudy and cold. Attendance 900. Score: R I! E Chlrag> H 0 0 0 0 1 0 ft 0?1 5 2 New York OOUJOIOO 0?4. 7 1 Earned runs. Chicago I; New York 2. Batteries. GrltJith and kittredge; Sullivan. Meekln and Warwr. Tlme.1:40. Umpires. O'Donnell and O'Day. Kennedy w#? iiiiHinu. CINCINNATI. May K-The Brooklyn* again defeated the Reds to-<luy. The visitors scored four runs In the second inring anil the Reds were unable to hit Kennedy. Attendance 3.WX?. Score: R II K rinclnnatl ....1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 o?l 9 2 Brooklyn 0 I 0 1 1 0 0 0 0--6 10 2 Earned runs, Cincinnati 1. Batteries. Ehret, Rhine* and Schrtver: Kennedy and Grim. Time, 1:40. Umpire, Lynch. Nlcliol* wii Difficult. LOUISVILLE. May K-Nlchol* was too much for the Colonel* to-day nnd the ltean Eaters won a nicely played game. Mageo pitched his Jlrst whole game for the home team, and barrlnir a little wlldnetm did pood work. Attendance 1,000. Hcor?: R II K Boston 2 0 10 10 10 ?S h 3 Louisville 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0?3 7 J Earned runs. Boston 2. Batteries, Nichols and Bergen: Magee and Wilson. Time, 2:01 Umpire, McDermott. Indians Pounded Taylor. CLEVELAND, May 2i-PhlladefphIa outplayed Cleveland at every point through eight Inninga and then the Indians pounded Taylor all over the lot and won out. Attendance 1,000. Score: R II E riovrtland 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 4?U If. Fhlladeip'a ...1 2 0 0 0 0 1 4 0-K ll l Earned runs, Cleveland 4: Philadelphia 3. Batteries, Young and Zlmmer; Taylor and Clements. Time, 2 hour*. Umpire, Sherlilan. Talletldttra ST. LOUIS, May 21.?'The two talt-endcin rime together to-day for the first time thlx t?rasop, and the Senator* took a Joonely played ?fame by lucky hitting. The Hrowns touched McJames freely and Kins was xubxtltuted In the Hlxth Inning. Score; R II E St. Louis 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 2 1- 7)1 3 Wash'gton ...3 0 0 004 <5 0 0-13 I!) 4 Earned run*, fit. Loulfl 3: Washington II. Batteries, Hart and McFarland; King. Me. James and McGulre. Time, 2:20. Umpire, Umslle. No ( 'iimr nt Plttabnrgli. PITTSBURGH. .May 31.?No game; rain. Won From t'nmhrtdgr. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. I'ARKERSBURO. W. Va., May 24.-The local team won from Cambridge lo-day by a Hcore of 4 to 2. Eleven Innings were played and the score wiw u.i /oliowe: III I E Parkersbtirg nooooot oi o 2-?I s i Cambridge 10001000 0 0 0-2 12 2 Hatteries?I'nrkerwbtirg. Mahaffey and BICYCLES-.TA30N C. 8TAMP. A HANDSOMF WOMAN N? vrr looks tinn'lfomor Ihnn when rifling on a Krucoful wh<rel. A PLAIN WOMAN N*v#r look* loan plain than ?rhrn cycling. A SENSIBLE WOMAN ("nn got morn plonmirp. profit am] delightful rnJoym?*nt in riding a RAMBLLR BICYCLE Than any other. It'" "o Ifglit an J < 'sy runnlnic- most run* Itaelr. JASON C. STAMP 8BLI4h6M IS*3 MA UK 1ST HTIlKi:r. Do You Use It? T?><> ?1.n K/?cf ?litnrr fnr flip Ah O WV.'k | hair under all circumstances. Just as no man by taking thought can add an inch to his stature, so no preparation can make hair. The utmost that coo be done is to promote conditions favorable to growth. This is done by Ayer's Hair Vigor. It removes dandruff, cleanses the scalp, nourishes the soil iu which the hair grows, and, just as a desert will blossom under rain, so bald heads grow hair, when the roots are nourished. Hut the roots must be there. If you wish your hair to retain its normal color, or I if you wish to restore the lost tint of gray or faded hair use Ayer's Hair Vigor. I Kellackcy; Cambridge. J. DnnlelH and | Lelghton. Umpire, Jones. Attendance, "BOWLING. I The score of last night's games In the Mozart Park bowling tournament, was as follows: Carroll Clu*>-Handlan. 161. 17*. 168; Bosky. 119, 146, 12S; Kromrlck. 157. 12*. 141: Wood. 184, 153. 127: WeltzeJ, 165. 11*1. I'll; Kupplnger, 173. 143. 156. Totals, 1?C2. 939. 861. Aurorar-U^ellon. 161, 188, 148: Scforobe, 111. 101. 147: Rmh. 123. 14.1. 141: Jackson. 102. ISO. 181: Franz. 114. 170. 17.1: Wagner, 157. 133. 169. Totals. 76S. KS7. 959. NEIGHBORS DISAGREE And Air Their Troublr* In JmIIm'i Court?The Difnlli. Squire Thompson tried a case yesterday afternoon that furnished considerable amusement to the friends of the contestants. and the latter suffered some harmless "charting" thereby. Mr.'Henry Baer and Mr. Martin Thornton, next door neighbors on ChapUne street, hud a slight dispute over some vines that grew on the porch dividing their homes. In the heat "f debate, Mr. Thornton claim.". Mr. Haer threatened him with InJury. but thin charge did not come up for hearing yesterday. Mr. Thornton also charged Mr. Haer with tresspass ??n personal property. The prosecution retain ?hi M. r. uryueii.nnu air, ??vr w niuriow were looked after by S. a. Smith. Justice Thompson hold Mr. Tlaer for the grand Jury In the sum of l&oo bond, but the defendant refused to give bond, and when the squire offered to put him under his own recognisance the defendant al?o refused. There was nothing left for Squire Thompson to do but to commit Mr. Baer to th<? county Jail, from which he w is almost Immediately released by Mr. Morrln Horkholmer, who gave his recognisance. The case will come before the grand Jury. 8ENSA1I0NAL INDICTMENT Of ronicrrummi Mrrrita In (he MlnunoU It it nk Matter. FT. PATH,. Minn., May 24.-The grand Jury this ufternoon returned nnothor sensational Indictment, Congressmnn C. F. Stevens being ttamed and charged with an overdraft of $2,200 In his account with the Minnesota Savings Hank, at the time when he was a trustee and acting president of tin- bank. According to the receivers of the bunk, the books show that Mr. Stevens at the time of the overdraft ivas a creditor of the bank for $2,350 attorney fe?*s and there are also two cash credits of $1,000 each for lairj and lSJJ.t. The receivers also explain that thn technical overdraft was repaid within one month of the time when called to Mr. Stevens' at icruioii. .Mr. stevon, through his attorneys, will demand an Immediate trial. Ifnnkrra Arreatnl. HUTCHINSON, Kan.. May 24.-Tho announcement of the consolidation In Kansas City, of the Metropolitan National Bank and the National Bank of Commerce, was followed here thin aft or noon by the orrest of Samuel R Canterbury, president of the Bank of Hutchinson. which failed recently, churned with receiving money when the bank was Insolvent. Book-keeper Metr was also arrested. The Metropolitan was a large stockholder and principal unsecured creditor of the bank of Hutchinson. President Canterbury: came here a year ago with harking from the Metropolitan and nltribnt the failure of his bank to the w|t??>> ! !lug of promised support by the Metropolitan. Two Moil Kilted. CHATTANOOGA. Tenn., May 24.Southern railway train No. Ill, en route from Chattanooga to Knoxville, run over ami horribly mutilated the b<Klles ot two men near Mouse Creek, Tenn., t'hla morning. Judging from ail appearances It I* believed that the men were murdered and their bod I ex placed on the track to ward ??ff suspicion from the murderers. One of fho men wa.i Henry Preston, a resident of Athens, Tenn., the other an unknown negro. UlarllnilinrK i?lrctlon, ??,? intnlllonnrrr. ?pccmi UI?|HIIW.I " .? . M A RTINSRUHO, W. Va., May 24.? An election was hold here to-ilay for city councilmen, which resulted as follows: First ward, C. C. Lewen; Second, Charles M. Lamar; Third O. D. Roberts; Fourth, John Foley: Fifth, John Stunkle. All are Democrats, with the exception of Lamar, who la a Republican. The election wll Rive the Democrats a majority of four In the city council. No Truth In II. NBW YORK, May 24.?Chauncey M. Depew was not at his office to-day. hut his secretary, Mr. Duval, said that the story of Hi- Vanderhlltn Intention to establish oil works In Russia was unfounded. The only Vanderhllt In Europe now Is Cornelius Vanderhllt and he Is too HI to attend to any business. Inn f<rctilvrr'? llitmlt. ATLANTA, On., May 24.?'The Georgia Mutual Insurance Compnny, a cooperative concern, with headquarters here, was this afternoon placed In the hands of the court. Howell Erivlii was named as receiver. IIALL'B I fair Renewor contains the natural food and color matter for the hair, and mcdjcimtl herbs for the scalp, curlnff KrayriOHfl, baldness, dandruff and scalu sores. THE OBATOBIO SOCIETY Kltcli OMnrrs for tlie Yaar-lUbcariliiR for ??. P*nl." The Wheeling oratorio Society held ltd rogular rehearaal lust night, and nlmo elected officer* for the enitulng year. The rehearsal was one of the? bust in tin* history of the aocloiy, and auuurj much for the ?ucc?'?b of the production of the Oratorio, "St. Paul," at the Wheeling Park Casino, Friday evening next. The following officer! Were elected: President L. 11. Clement; first vice ptvNident. Erneat Smith, Martin'* Kerry; aecond vice president; Edward Stif? 1 r lorriitnii' YV* II MWnif Oii:innl:it secretary, Albert .Meyer: treasurer, Dr. Q. A. Aiohmann; executive committee. C. P. Flick, Edward Stlfel, L. If. Clement. W. II. McCoy. l)r. G. A. Aschmann: press < .mmlltce, J|. W. Hughes. Harry Ftaeeney. Robert McClure; librarian, Harry Truschel; ?.?distant librarian. Miss Ortrude Kelster. Another rehearsal will be held thU evening at Odd Fellows' hall, with full orchestral accompaniment. Friday afternoon a final rehearsal will be held with the soloists. OPEN ED ITS QU ARTE RB. Tlw (Jermnula Aaioclntlon la Now 11 At Home" In lh? Kgertcr tlnlldlng. The Germanla Association opened its new quarters in Egerter hall last night, with an enjoyable concert and ball. Tho upper floors of the building are leased by the association, and they were handsomely decorated with the national colors, and banner* of the three societies, Boethoven Singing Society. Krlcger Vereln and Bavarian Society. The red. white and black of Der Vaterland, were tastefully blended with the Itavarlan blue and white, and red, white and blue. These color* were lavishly dlsplayed in festoons from -tin* ceilings, und in graceful drapery about the walla. The seme was an Inspiration to the many gathered there, and the auspicious opening promises rn;u>y enjoyable evenings for the members of the lierrnanln Association. and their wive? nnd friends. President Jacob Korn delivered an appropriate ad?lress, and the Opera House orchestra Interspersed the programme of song, with many of Its choicest nutnl??rs. nlsto furnishing the music for the hall, which terminated un enjoyable affair. MARTIN'S FERRY. Hup* and UlUbapa In the Thriving City Actum the Itiver. A splendid entertainment will be given In the Methodist Episcopal church, ut Warrenton. on Wednesday evening. June l?, for the benefit of that church, In which Mrs. Flora Williams and Miss | Hennig, of Wheeling, will take port. The programme will be an follows* Mandolin Club. Address of Welcome Kev. 8. Perogoy Solo?"The Waiting Heart" Torry Mrs. Flora Williams. Recitation Mies Ora Phillips Holo Mr. CheMtnr Welday Recitation Mlri.s Kathleen Hawthorne Piano Trio Miss Ida Ix>wls, Mrs. J. A. II. Wood, Mr. M. I. Lewis. Reeltatlon?"How the Church was Built at Keboe's Bar" Miss Hennlg Intermission?Five Minutes for Social That. Mandolin Club. Recitation Ml** Edith Stringer Solo Minn Edna Crlaer Recitation?"No. 5 Collect 8tre?t" Miss Ilennlg 8olo?"Bobolink" Blschoff Mrs. Flora Williams. Mandolin Club. Cloning Remarks..Rev. J. S. Ilollingahead Mrs. H. W. Smith received a cable message from London. England, yesterday, stating that Victoria, wife of Howard R. Justice, db-d on Friday. She was a daughter of the late Colonel Hugh McNeely, formerly of Bridgeport, and who died at Philadelphia, about five years ngo. She went from Philadelphia to London eight years ago with her husband. u prominent mnuness man who survives her She was a slster-lnluw of Mrs. H. W. .Smith, whow son. Ernest O. Smith, visited them while he was In Europe. A tin worker moved In a house on the corner of Walnut and Fourth streets, last week and was visited by a burglar on Sunday night and moved out yesterday. Nothing was taken by the midnight visitor. Mrs. Aug.TheUacker leaves to-day for New York, from which city she will sail to-morrow for Germany. She will | visit Switzerland before returning:. ! The Newland's Addition Boys will play the Pulton Club on Saturday nf| tornoon at Fulton. The battery for the J former will be Johns and Lewis. Yesterday the board of equalization | organized by electing James Iverr president. and James TannehUl messenger. Misses Hess and ("Jrace Pope, of Woodstleld, who have been visiting relatives here, returned yesterday. Mrs. %Scott Lynn returned to Cambridge yesterday, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Alex. Linn. McCormack's show will arrive early this morning from Wellsvllle. It Is traveling by water. A Tin* carpet raffled off by Miss Martin was drawn by Mrs. Sophia Helling,with ticket No. 94. A "China Tea" will be given by the , ladles of St. Paul's church next Saturday evening. Jobbing mill No. 2, at the AetnaStandard will resume to-day. The cruse or .Maim nosers vo. ? iiiuuu Rogers Is set for Thursday. Mrs. S. L. Wood and son arc visiting at Srnlthfleld. MOPNDSVILLS. A .UlarellMtcont Mrltiijf of Minor Matter* from 3Unhall'i Metropolis, ' Next Saturday, the 29th, will be observed here as Decoration day. Rev. C. K. Clark, pastor of Thompson M. E. church, Wheeling, will deliver the address. All tho committees will meet at the court house at 1 o'clock p. m.. when tlio services will commence. The Bpworth league choir will sing "Montana Semper Llberl." After the address the line of march will be formed, which will be In charge of Col. F. H. W. ltaldwln, who has been appointed tnarshnl, with power to select his aides. The (J. A. U., city oftlcers, Sons of Veterans, the various secret orders of the city, und all citizen# \Vho will fall into line, will inarch td the cemetery and th^r-* decorate the gravea of "our fallen heroes." Twentyfour glrN from th*> high school will represent all the Virginia troops; tho?e representlng the Infantry will w?-ar blu?' badges, those representing artillery will wear red badges, nnd those representing cavalry will wear yellow badges. Tho county court met In an adjourned session Saturday. The clerk was ordered to advertise for bids for the sale of tho court yard fence. The bid* will he opened at 10 o'clock on the first day of the next term of court. The funeral of Mrs. Uzzle Messick took place at th?- city cemetery yesterday at m...a t? ,.p Vniofmw nrul the cily fire department marched from the residence of the deceased to the cemetry. W. R Mat hows, chief clerk In the audlofllct1, came up Sunday to ,pay a short vl*lt at hi.-* old home, lie left yesterday on the 12:40 train for Charleston, to enter upon his duties In the offlco again. Mr?. Dellnda Manning was buried at the Fair View cemetery yesterday at 3 o'clock, lb'v. King, of Marshall circuit, conducted the services. A very largo cn>\vd gathered at the cemetery. Col. PI Ills IV Hnss, formerly a resident of Moundsvllle, l?ut now of Washington. I>. C., was In the city yesterday. Me In the author of "De Hosm' History of Western Virginia. Foster Alley, deputy county clerk, spent Sunday at Ills old home, at Lynn camp. Hon. W. J. W. Cowden, of Wheeling, was city on legal business yesterday. JUST AT THIS SEASON. " Spring tlic Moat DniigrrmiN of Clir V?nr* thlh Ih the most dangerous season of the year. It may bo pleasant, may often 006m attractive, but buck of all the pleasunt atmosphere there is danger! This danger comes in some form of t?i? klliiM. Almost any sickness starts with a I cold, or a chill caused by the sluggish . action of the system. That Is why so muny people just now complain of tired feelings, pains in th<*musclcs and bones, loss of uppetite, spring fever and similar troubles. The following Is good advice from a prominent medical journul: "Pneumonia and other dangerous complaints, Which result from a neglected cold, can always be avoided If a timely remedy Is taken. When chilly sensations ure felt they should be stopped immediately or serious consequences will follow. There is only ono way known to the world of avoiding a cold or chills, and that Is the use of a good, pure, strong stimulant. Nothing ordinary will do. It must be something sure In Its action and scientifically prepared. For this reason nothing has ever equaled Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, which is acknowledged to-day by physicians and scientific men to be the only pure medicinal whiskey on tho market." Duffy's Pure Malt Is always reliable and effective. People should not. however, permit any dealer to substitute something which Is claimed to be "Juot as good" or "about the same thing." BELLAIBR All Sorts of Local Ncivi and ttoMlpFrom l lie (JImi City. The steel works Is to put In gas again nnd the mill coal mine will be closed at least for this cummer. This seems tn hove bean definitely decided upon and It will throw out of employment at the mines and the mill over a hundred men. Gas was trh'd In the plant some years a#co and ivhlle the supply was good the service was all rlg-hl, but In a plant like that the uncertainties at that time of tho supply made It very expensive and Its use waa abandoned. The experiment Is to be tried again In the belief that the supply Is more reliable and if this proves t>? be a fact the service will bo cheaper than coal for the mill company, but it will be little short of a calamity to the miners and thost? dependent upon them. Time alone will solve the problem, but the outlook for the mimmer Is not encouraging for the miners. Frank H. Archer, who has been in tho Interior of the state looking after a paving contract at Athens, Is now at his home here and will look after his candidacy for state senator. He Is a great hostler In this line and although he has a formidable competitor in Col. W. A. Hunt, he will probably secure the great <**t number of delegate* this county. This will only be definitely decided by the primaries two weeks hence. Th? official notice of the examination for clerk and carrier in tho jxwtofllce service waa given here yesterday. It will1 be held <?n June 12th. at the Central whool building, and all applications for blanks and instructions must be filed j with Miss Katie A. Sherry, at the post- I office prior to the 8th. The age limitations for the examination are: for clerk. Hghteen or over; for carrier, twenty-one | xo loriy. Final examinations in all the classes are being held thl? week in the public school*. Promotions depend upon these examinations. The pupils are being ex- I amlned in all studies. Prof. Moffat, of the Washington and Jefferson college, will make the class address next Friday evening, in the First M. E. church. All the classes of the high school will be represented. The UnKersity Center met last evening at the First Presbyterian church, and held a very interesting session. "Itoman History" was taken up. This book well l?e the last one until September, as the Center will hav^ three months vacation. Robert Fitch, the well known steamboat engineer, is in the city to spend a few weeks with his family Jn this city. Mr. Fitch was formerly on the steamer Charon. He has been running on the steamer Liberty at Natchea, Miss. Mrs. Emma Collins, of Flndlay, who has been the guest of relative* in this city the past few days, has gone to Marl- I otta to vlsft. Mrs. Jane Milligan and children have gone to St. Clairsvllle to spend a few weeks with friends and relatives at that place. Mrs. Louis Long:, of this city, has left for Greenville, Pa., where she will spend ft few days with friends and relatives. J. W. McOrew has return oil to Beaver Falls.Pa.,after spending a few days with friends and relatives in this city. Mrs. A. I. Robey and children, have gone to Helmont. where she will spend a few weeks with her parents. Peter O'Malley has returned to Slstcrsvllle, after spending a few days with relatives In the First ward. Dr. J. J. Klein has returned to Kelly's Island, Mich., after spending two weeks with relatives in this city. Mis* Clara Merrill, of Somerton, O., Is the guest of her friends, the Misses Jones, In the Fourth ward. Miss Venise Anderson has returned home to Barnwllle, after visiting friends in this city. Mrs. W. A. Brokam has returned to her home in Freeport, after visiting in the Third ward. Mrs. Frank S. Mawon has left for Lowell, O., to visit friends and relatives at that place. Miss Vernlce Williams, of Smith's Ferry, Is the guest of ..eiativea hi the Fourth ward. The pension examiners meet in regular session to-morrow. _ ^ How many hajx are daily cut nsuti^ Hqw many women f i \ ' 1 iwVnll^^r FW' months III I \?SSrM od'tben go Jown M * *-* 1* to early graven. There is one cause of this ever-recurring tragedy. No woman should enter the marriage state without some knowledge of the physiology of the female organs of reproduction, and of the necessity of keeping them always healthy nnd vigorous. 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Chemise In great variety at 29c to $1.19 each. Geo. E. St TXT A VTB! fl TIT ANTED?POSITION AS PIANIST. tt Steady, A1 player. Address GEO. B. BALLARD, 1721 Liberty street. Pittsburgh, Pa. malS* WANTED - TWO GIRLS - A COOK and Nurse to go to Pleasant Valley on motor lln?v Apply STAR FOUNDRY. Market nlreet. ma21 WANTED?TWO YOUNG MEN TO run as News Agents on railroad trains. Must have $lo 00 cash security. Apply or address UNION NKW8 CO.. B. & O. Depot, Wheeling. W. Va. ma21 \\TANTED?OENERA L AGENT TO tV represent the Louisiana Bond Co., of Mexico. (No lottery features.) Will pay Rood commission and expenses. Bond required. LOUISIANA BOND CO., Mexico City, Mexico. ap30 Agents" and general agents for "Gems of the Nude?from Paris." J An Art Work printed in colors; 16 pages, 11x13 Inches; entirely new. Big profits. Snmple copy 2fic. Address HOME, 3M1 Market street, Philadelphia, Pa. myS FOR RENT. FOR RENT-SEVERAL GOOD ROOMS In the City Bank Building. Inquire at the City Bank of Wheeling. mrJO For rent-a nice, newly furnished room, located near Chapllne street, on Twenty-third street, sultablo for a gentleman. References required. Call at No. 40 Twenty-third street. my7 1710R RENT-BEST OFFICE ROOM IN * the city; lar*e and plenty of light; centrally located in beat advertised buildIn# In tno city. Also large hall tor rent. Apply at HUB CLOTHIERS. Fourteenth and Market streets. jaXI ITIOR RENT?AT MT. LAKE PARK* J MO., a 5-room cottage for J75; a hIxroom cottago fpr $100; a ton-room cottage for $150; all furnished. Address L A. RUDISILL, Mountain Lake l'ark. Md. my 24 PLUMBING, BTO. UL. M'KOWN. ? Plumbing, <?ns and Rtcnm Fitting, | (JnnoHno and Oils of nil kinds, Sewor Pipe, etc., 1311 Market street. Wheeling, \V. Va. Telephone 11M. Estimates Furnished. I m>3 ROBT. W. KYLE, Practical Plumber, Gas and StumFltttr, 1155 MARKET STREET. WGm sad HIeotries Chsndollers, Filton, and Taylor Uas Burners a specialty. mrl 1LUAM 11 AUK & 60& Practical Plumbers, liAS AM' SIKAU I1I1XH9. No. 38 Twelfth Stroot. AH Work Dono I'romptlr at Ita?omtbl<> Prlnsi TRIMBLE & LOTZ COMPANY, SUPPLY HOUSE. rinmblnir and Gm Fitting, Mcnm aud Hot ITntar lloatliif. A roll Line of the Celebrated ? SNOW STEAM PUMPS Kept Conn ton tly on !Un<L PHOTOGRAPHY. MILES' ART STUDIO F^otoflraplis.SSEf? 2154 WHIN STHBBT. ^..y ;. . * . ":i '. B. 8TIFEL A CO. $ tifel & Co. -jg _____ mbric WEAR. Opening This Week. Cambric Gown. Made with lucked nquaro yoke. V nock, runted and beading 3 I rimmed, at 49c, while more elab- i i orato ones at 69c, 89c, 75c and 88c. At >1.49 we have two hand- J Home lines?the one Nainsook, has round yoke set with embroidery and insertion, while the j other is Cambric with square V neck, handsomely trimmed with A embroidery. These lines always i \ sold at $1.75. Lace trimmed Gowns up as high as 18.69. Drawers. A regular 25-cent value, mode of very soft muslin tucked, is 19c, while another line, at 48c. Is made of Cambric, has four tucks and deep Nainsook era- ,! broidery flounce. Handsome lace trimmed Drawers, regular and umbrella ' styles, up to 92.19 a pair. _03 :ifel & Co. FOB SALE. 1710r sale?one and one-half. j lot in Greenwood cemetery: fine location; corner lot; adjoining best Improvemerits In cemetery. Address cemetery) lot, care Intelllgenccr office. ap!9 .! For Salo or For Derelopment. An Oil Leas* on 41 aere* In Bate 11 District, .Monongaliacounty, W. V?., at 'j the liend of Flat llun, adjoining largo ^ ilovnlopmnm*, and nald to be the boat N territory in the state. J AMI-IS L. IIAWLKT, Real Kfttateand Loau Agency, 1083 Main ..:,s St reel. Stocks for bale. 10 shares Wheeling Title and Truft Ctt. 1 Whitakcr Iron Works bond. Ml -v.--? WWIInir ????: Tmn r? A 20 share* German Fire Insurance Co. j 60 share* Wheeling Railway Co. 8 Wheeling Pottery bonds. 6 per cent, t Wheeling Steel & Iron Co. f p. c. bonds. 20 shares Bellalre Steel Co. CO shares Wheeling Bridge Co. I shares Exchange Bank. R. a IRWIN. Broker. 22 Twelfth St. Jail J7>OR SALE. A FEW CHOICE LOTS AT EDGIHGTOH. C1IEAP AND ON EASY TERMS. W. V. HOGE, City llank llutldluc. 1300 Market St. M BONDS FOR SALE. Fostoria Glass Company. Wheeling Steel Bridge. Wheeling Pottery. Wheeling 8tecl and Iron Company. , Bellalrc Steel Company. Piedmont Water Works. HOWARD HAZLETT, Stocks, Bonds and Investments, 1 txtmnct mm BUB-DUG. r; FOR * SKLE, The National Collection Agency. ot "x Washington. D. a. will dispose ol the following judgment*: WhBT VIRGINIA. Bellngton Coal and Coke Co., Beling- ^ Gilpin '? Son.' Berkeiey'fiprinn.'".*." o W n J. P. Gillespie & Co., BreU.......... g| Parrel. Norman A Co.. Brookvlllo.. 403 00 j p fjowcrmaster, Bruceton 68 tl Auk. Bchulte, Charleatown * 71 \ O M. Christian, plngess.. 9i?00 9 O*. E. Benedict, East Bank 1ST Of Bjj O B. Haivcy, Elklna 160 09 a T J Baker. Pcttertnan lM 00 3 C. Rogers. Frame town..... 97 jj - $ a w; Shiner & Son. Freed.......... SS3 50 j l'm A W. H. Evans. Fayotteville.. 74 M C w T. uuy. Uraftnn...... ?7 00 N B. Carpenter. Gap Mills 300 01 \ S' W. Cowan. Greenwood IN 90 Sr Parson*, Hendricks 284 SO ' H J. Hughe?.."inion ? J.'R IUmxcy. 1'offman JJ# >;j }' p- jVKrowiKK^ MnriinihuVi!!'."'," 44 11 i LlV* UMin.lt. Nwlorvtll. mi ' 5SJ 8 j M Woodford. Phillip! 214 71 5 c W Wheeler. Rowl??bur* 157 50 y Stone, llownmn A Co.. Rowleiburf.. 781 II 5 J V. Cowpor A Co., Huddle Jig a 5- fc a 5 I It. E. Blind A Co.. Sutton 1M M Hartlott nro? . Trjnlntt JJ 71 jj M. Bclnwlnwr, Whwtlnc Ill M I J. D. Adktna, Torkvlll. $1 U BUND BIDS TO THE JATIONAL C0LLECT10H1GEHCI WASHINGTON. D. a ocX ;$ O'/'ATKD AS? intkicXIE j MINTING OFFICE.