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1NTER-STATB LEAGDR
Won. Loit P*r.
N.TV CMtl0 ? 12 .676
juyton 18 17 .M4
tfjirtmrfleM M 16 .Quo
To!?h1o Id .coo
Fort \V?yn? 1< 17 .4?
M.in?flol<l 1< IS .471
.-linn 14 19 ,424
Young a'town 14 30 .412
gaturday'a jamea?8pringfleld 7: Wheeling
t New Castle 7: Fort Wayne 4. Toj
Jo 4; Youngetown 1 Manafleld IS; Dayton
8.
Sunday** wlnnere-Springfleld, Fort
Wayne.
To-day'* icamea-Mansflnld at Wheeling.
Tounjcstown. at Now Castle. Fort Wayno
at Toledo, Dayton at Sprlngfleld.
A (In* G?ai?.
Special Dtepatch to the Intelligencer.
TOLEDO. June C?Two thousand spectator*
uw the home team defeated In a close
rimr. Both Kelb and Steveoa wcro effective.
Score:
R H K
Toledo 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 0?4 M 4
Fort Wayno...0 2003100 *-5 3
Batteries?Toledo. Kelb and Arthur;
Tort Waynet Stevens and Welch.
Tin Teams Arretted.
Special PlKpatch to the Intelligencer.
SPRING FIELD. June l-Eml* received
an unmerciful drubbing at tho hands of the
Fprtngflelde this afternoon. The players
arm arrested after the game. Attendance
1008. Score:
RKK
Springfield ...T 0 3 5 1 0 1 0 fr-l? 2] 6
Ptrton 0 0 3 0 4 0 0 3 1-10 11 3
batteries?Springfield, Cogswell and WUHams;
Dayton, Em Iff and Oreenwald.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won. Lost Per.
Baltimore 94 9 .1X7
Cincinnati 24 12 .<?7
Boston 23 12 .G57
Pittsburgh 19 is .6W
Jfsw York IV 15 .545
C.avslaad W 1*: .53
Brooklyn 19 IT .53
Philadelphia. 19 .500
1/MllSVtlfe II ? .414
Chicago 14 tz .*$
Washington 9 24 .773
St. Louts S 90 .211
Saturday'* riaev-Cincinnati I; Philadelphia
1. St. Louis <: Baltimore 4. Cleveland
Iff: Washington 6. Brooklyn 12: Louisville
S. Chicago 10; New York 4. Boston
6; Pittsburgh X
To-day's gnrnes-Cinclnnatl at Philadelphia.
St. l?ouls at Baltimore. Pittsburgh
at Boston, Louisville lit Brooklyn. Chicago
at New York, Cleveland at Washington.
rimlM4? Wo*.
WASHINGTON. D. C., June 6.?Sunday
base ball was Inaugurated In this
vicinity to-day, by a game between the
Cleveland*, of the National League,
and a picked nine. The contest occurred
at Riverside Park, n resort about
two miles below Alexandria. Va. It
resulted in a victory for the leagur
club, by a score of 12 to 1. The attetidanc*
tras very small, only about GOO
persons being present.
bass ball comrarx
The Wheelings were defeated by
Springfield on Saturday because of their
inability to hit Whittrldge. who piched
a magnificent game, allowing the Nailent
< make only five hits. Jack Easton
was hit hard by the Governors. WheelIns?
was lucky to bunch hits In the third
and scored six runs, but the visitors
?oon tied the score and won nut In the
t-n:h.
This afternoon the Minefields open a
?-r,ei on the Island grounds wKh the
Wheelings, and It will be a struggle for
eixth place, with the fifth In sight If one
tfara Is able to take three straight.
Artie Latham, the famous clown ball
player, for whom Clnlcnnatl paid $7,000
nly n few y*?ars ago. Is playing flrs: for
the Mansfielda and should prove a great
drawing card. He was last seen here In
th<? spring of '95, when Cincinnati played
Barrows' team an exhibition game.
Wheeling hns signed Fnmmy Vetters,
of the Springfield outfielders, and he
should strengthen the locals In batting,
where th^y have been so lamentably
w?>ak recently. Burnett, the Bethany
pitcher, Is to be given a trial this week.
BOWLING.
Secretary Will Handlan, of the Mozart
Park Bowling League, has compiled
the averages up to and Including last
week's games. Stevenson has again
come to the front In Individual work.
The figures:
Stevenson, AH Nation*. (12). 161; Kup1'inger,
Carroll. (12), 159; Marschner,
Aurora. (&>. 158; Hazlett, Harvest, (6),
157; Handlan. Carroll. (15). 167; W.
Fatte. Harvest. (15) 153; Uselton. Aurora.
(12). 153; Day. All Nation*. (6), 153;
Weitzel, Carroll. (15), 152; Wood, Carroll.
(12). 152; Nolle, Harvest, (6), 152;
Hlckmeyer. Exwaco, (#), 151; Jackson.
Aurora. (12), 151; Turner. All Nations.
<*>. 150; Franz. Aurora, (9), 148; Wells,
All Nations, (4), 148; Nordeman, Exwa'<>.
(6), 147; Wagner, Aurora. (15), 146;
Knoke, Aurora, (i4), 146; Wood, Knickerbocker,
(5). 146; Campbell, All Nations,
(10). 146; Kromrlck, Carroll, (15),
145; Kurdette. All Nations, (5), 145; Hosley.
Carroll. (16), 144; Bowlln, All Natlona.
(9), 144; Rahr, Harvest, (15), 143;
Ebellnf, Exwaco, (15), 143; b. Fette,
Harvest, (12), 143; Shanley, Knickerbocker,
(15), 142; F, Hrasch, Exwaco,
f?>. 1?; W, Hrasch. Exwaco. f6). 179;
Worls, All Nations. (6). 139; Webster.
Harvest. (15), 138; Arndt, Exwaco, (12).
1-TT* CVWIIM /o\ 154* Wnamiith
Aurora, (6). 132; Speldel, Harvest. (6).
131; Iked, Exwaco. (6). 131; Roth. Aurora.
(12). 129; W. Hall. Exwaco. (3), 123;
Mullarkey, Knickerbockers, (12). 127;
Stoops. Knickerbockers. (9). 126; Manning.
All Nation*. (8), 124; 1I&11. All Nations.
(3), 122; Kohm. Knickerbockers.
d), 117; Nlcholl, Knickerbockers, (5),
110.
Tho schedule for this coming work:
Tuesday. Carroll Club vs. All Nations;
Thursday. Exwaco vs. Knickerbockers;
Friday. Aurora vs. Harvest.
The standing of the clubs Is as follows:
Won. i/ost. Per. Ave.
All Nations 12 3 .**> M
Carroll Club li> f? .CC7 !*llarvfit
!? ? .?*> WW
Aurora <i fl .ftO * '?
RlWi*ro 5 10 .333 *2D
KnUk?rl>orker ... 0 13 .000 771
Tuesday evening's game will be of
unusual Interest, an the contesting
t?nm? are considered the strongest In
Hi" li-ftKue, and the Carroll Club men
anxious to turn tho? tables on Dowlin's
h segregation. who were lucky
enough to win throe games at th?? opening
of the *<>ason. Arrangements have
l"?n (ompletod for th<* match between
the Carroll Club trio, composed
'll-uidlnri, Kupplnger arid Weltxel.
"nd the All Nations' three, made up of
llnrley, Campbell and Stevenson. Tin Into
has not been settled.
A Double *rrlM.
There will be a double series In th
\ -irroll club botvllng tournament on
Thursday evening. June 10, <?n account
( a scheduled content conflicting with n
' nim^rio^ment which Is tu be held in
the Auditorium on the evening of Jun<*
? On the evening of Juno 10 the Myr
ties ami Alphas are brought forward,
and the Jolly Fellows and None Such
tcami also exploit their science.
THE COURTS.
Saturday*. jn the circuit court, In the
case of City vs. John Wentael. an ap- 1
peal from police court, where a fine was
Imposed, for selling meat without a 11- 1
cense, there wan a Judgment upholding
the decision of the court below and
maintaining: the city license tax.
In the case of Plnnlcklnnlck Coal Co.
vs. Rice, et ml., the motion for a new
trial was urgued and submitted to the
court.
In the case of Ferguson vs. Rldgeway
the case was argued to the court and
then submitted.
In tho case of R. IX. Karnes, guardian
/ vs. lierdle Berry, et al., there was
tin order of sale.
In the case of Esther Maxwell's administrator
vs. John Maxwell, there
was an order or distribution.
In the case of Sturllng vs. Mendel,
there was an order empowering special
commissioner to proceed with the work
of taking testimony.
In the case of Lorettn May Claytor
VS. JUnn is. uiayior, uitrrw ??uo an uiuw
| of reference.
In the cane of Bchmulbach Hrewlnj?
Company e? al., vs. H.F. Tappe, et al..
| there was an order of reference.
Stale f ?prtm? Court.
Saturday. In tho supremo court of appeals.
the following cases were considered:
Put ton vs. Joliff, from Marion county,
submitted.
Kofers vs. Lynch, from Harrison
county, continued.
Smith vn. llrown, from Harrison
county, continued.
Llrner vs. Traders Company, from
Harrison county; continued.
Jarvls v*. Martin, from Harrison
county, continued.
Carney & Company vs. Harbert, ct
al.. from Harrison county, continued.
Atkinson VS. Winters, from Marshall
county, writ of error und supersedeas
allowed; bond, 13.000.
Kounli vs. Koonts, from Marshall ,
county: writ of error allowed; bond,
1200.
County Court vs. Schaub. from Marshall
county, petition for writ of error
refused.
Moren et al. vs. American Fir? Clay
Company, et al., from Hancock county,
appeal allowed; bond, $200.
J. W. Adam* was admitted to prac- ,
| tlce, on motion of C. P. Flick.
THE GREAT OUTING
Of the A. O. r. n. M Wheeling Park on
Wtdnndif, Jnut O.
The Ancient Order of United Work
men la one of the mo?t poworful benenclal
orders In thla city, and on Wedneaday
it proposea to demonstrate that fact
by a parade that will show the relative
strength of the several lodges. and eel- |
ebrate the annual outing day by moI
billxlnff at Wheeling park, where there
will be a diversity of amusements that
will cater to the tastes of all. The
moat aumptuous card on the programme
! will bo the performance of the Lyric
. Opera company, with Villa Knox, Inst
year*i favorite, as the star. At the
matinee performance that popular composition,
"Chimes of Normandy," will
be sung under the patronage of the A.
O. U. W., and at night the intensely
dramatic and tuneful opera, "Fra Dlav,
alo," will be offered. Admlaalon to the
Casino will be 23 cents and 15 centa
The sale of seats for the evening performance
will begin at House's music
store this morning, but no 15 cent seats
will be reserved.
New Cumberland, Wellaburg, BenBenwood
and Moundsvllle will send
large delegations to Wheeling on the
outing day. and It la expected they will
arrive in time to take part in the parade.
which will start at 11 o'clock
Wednesday morning, and march over a
short route. The Interesting feature of
this event will be the fact that the local
lodge turning out me i.-irKt'Bb
of membership will be presented with
an "leicant silk tin*, which la now on
exhibition In Durst'* window.
A HARROW ESCAPE.
A WhNlini Man Narrowly Kacapaa B?.
lng Involved In a Bad Wr?ck.
Lost night about 8 o'clock. Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. VanKeuren and other friends j
were driving up the river road on the
other side of the Ohio, in n surrey. Just
below West Wheeling, a car on the Belial
re and Martin's Ferry line approached
from the other direction. It was heavily
loaded, being filled with passengers.
Just about twenty feet separated the car
and surrey. the car. which was on a
sharp down grade, left the track, and
I started for the vehicle. With great
, presence of mind, Mr. VanKeuren turned
hi* horse at a sharp angle across the
! car track, that appearing to be the only
nafe course, as the roadway woo narrow
I and a ateep hillside made escape lmpos- 1
[ Mble on the other side. Happily. Mr.
j VanKeuren escaped without much In!
Jurj'. a broken wheel being the extent.
I except that Mrs. VanKeuren sprained '
1 her ankle.
When the car left the track on the
down grade there was a small panic and
| some of the passengers Jumped from tho
car. The car went across the roadway
Into a ditch and landed against the steep
hillside. But for the latter the car would
have turned over and several persons ,
would have lost their lives In all proba|
blllty. Several of tho tho passengers
urrwiiitin ? -
reached the stage of desperadoes and not
certain they were there. Hut iw the police
stealthily approached the house In
the darkness they were surprised and
dazed when the two Crlmmol boys
sprang: up from a convenient place at the
house and began to shower shot? nt the
ofllcers. over a dozen shots were flred
and the boy* succeeded In making their
escape so well they have not since be?-n
heard of. But n great deal of tho stolen
property was found In the Murray house
and recovered*
Th" people of this city hove very generally
ordered enameled nutnhr?rs for
their houses and the beautiful blue
platen wlt'h white figures make a very
nice house sign. Tho city council will
lot the contract to-morrow for putting
up the names and number* of the streets
and alleys and also for numbering
houses where th" owners neglect or refuse
to comply with the ordinance. The
city will be ail ready for the free delivery
by the first of July, when the aystem
Is to begin.
The University Center meets this evening
In regular session at the First Pres
were Blljpiuy HIJUICU.
Tired of Ilia Offlcc.
GUTHRIE, 0. T.. Jun* 6.?Patrick
Naicle, IT. H. marshal far the district of
Oklahoma, ha* wired his resignation to
President McKlnley. He announces that
he Is tired of the place ami du.wlrc* to be
relieved. The affairs of the office were
recently Investigated by spodal agents
from Washington.
Garthqmkt In Ioir*>
DECORAH, Iowa, June C.?An earthquake
shock was distinctly felt In this
vicinity shortly after daylight this
morning. No damage Is reported.
MIXRRAVi w?l?ri ?ra In rtamand Jml
imw, and Ilia baal nnd rhoapeat placa to
ri'?ra Chain Is at P. Wtllf 4 to.'a en
Markat street.
TUF RIVER.
YESTERDAY'S DEPARTURES.
Pittsburgh... HEN HTUt, 3 a. m.
Pittsburgh...KANAWHA, noon.
Pittsburgh...KEYSTONE STATE, noon.
Cincinnati?VIRGINIA. 8 n. ni.
ZanwIIIe?LORENA. It a. m.
8lstcrsvllle...I,EROY. 7 n. n>.
HO ATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Parkersburg.liEN lint. i p. in.
Hlstersvlllo.. .Itt'TII. 3:30 p. m.
Clarlngton....LBROY, 3:30 n. m.
St?ub?-nvllle..T. M. HAYNE, 2:? p. m.
BOATS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Cincinnati....KEYSTONE STATE, S a. m.
Pnrkernburif.ARGAND, 11 n. in.
Miitamor?s...l*EXINGTON, 11 ft. m.
Sluterivllle...RUTH, 8:30 p.?m.
ClarlnKton....I<EROY, 3 3" n. m.
Htcubr nvllle..T. M. IlAYNE, 2:30 p. m.
A ionir fhe Landing*
The mark* at 0 p. m. showed 3 feet 1 >
Inches and falling Weather, clear and
wurni.
PITTSBURGH ? River 3.S fcot nnd
Htfttlonary at ho dam: clear ami warm.
MOItOANTOWN ? River 7 feet and
utatlonary; cl*ar and cold.
OIL flTV ? River 1 foot 1 Inch and
falling; clear and pleuxaut.
WAKRKN ? River one-tenth of a
font; clear and warm.
KTKUBBNVILI-K ? Rlvr 3 feet f.
Inch*1" and lining; clear nnd warm.
1'anned up? Keyiltone State nnd Kanawha;
pnniied down?The Bennett
IP you wnnt n reliable dye that will
color ?? even brown or block, and will
plea lie and *utl?fy you cvory time, uso
Buckingham? I>ye for tho Whlikere.
IN THE OIL FIELDS.
Special Dl'patch to the Intelligencer.
818TEKHV1LLE, W. Va.. June 6.Tiit?
law oil territory recently opened
up out ut Elk Fork Is attracting th?*
Attention of oil men all over the country
now, and the Indication!* are that
one of the largest pool* in thin section
of tho south went has been opened up
out there. When tho field was flrat
opened up It received a black eye for
awhile on account of two or three dry
holes, but these finally proved to bu
only freaks and since that time nothing
but K>>od wells have been drilled
111, uniu now me production ih cm limited
tc? bo over 3,000 barrels a day from
bout ten well*.
There Is a large amount of work beItiK
done out there and at the present
tlmo there are ten strings of tools running.
and as *>on us the rigs can be
erected, there will be as many more. At
present It looks very much as though
tho pool extended from Elk Fork to the
wells on the Muyfleld farm at Conoway,
and that the Intervening territory of
about four miles will be opened up
shortly. During the past week two
wells were drilled out there, each of
which started off at more than nix hundred
barrels a day and on Tuesday
two mor* wells are due and will probably
reach the sand then.
Mail l'aft Drillwl.
Special Dispatch to the Intelligences
BTEUBBNVILLE, O., June 6.?An
oil well hajt been drilled In on the Cyrus
Moore farm In Row township, which 1s
reported aa doing bolter than any drilled
In that section, other operations will be
started ut ono? In the same vicinity.
MABTHTB FKBBY.
Hapa and flllttiapa tu tlta Tbrlrlug City
Acroaa Ilia ltlvar,
"Tho Mysteries of Grace" was the
subject of a splendid sermon preached
In the Baptist church last night by the
pastor, Rev. Dr. W. C. Bond, to tho Odd
Fellows of Martin's Ferry, who attended
In a body. Tho church was crowded
and ail were much pleased with the
sermon. Quarterly meeting was held
at the Methodist Eplscopul church, the
presiding elder, Rev. Dr. H. S. Jackson,
- ?..i.... ,u,. n.iinlt vnru ari'iintnl)!*
lHlUJ7?"h MIQ (lUifii. -v., ,
morning anil evening. The congregotlona
were very large ones. The monthly
missionary mating of this church In
the afternoon wan largely attended.
Communion was held In the German
Lutheran church. Children's day was
observed In the United Presbyterian,
Six persons were confirmed at the English
Lutheran.
-Mr. and Mrs. Robert McNIchol entertained
a crowd of their young friends
In a charming manner at their home ou
Clark street on Saturday evening.
Dancing was the feature of the evening.
Refreshments were served at a seasonable
hour. Excellent music was furnished
by the Twentieth Century mandolin
club.
The office of city engineer was created
at the meeting of council on Saturday
night and the salary fixed at
>300 per year. Koehnllne & Grayson
were awarded the contract for the sewer
outlet In the First ward. Tlio street
commissioner was Instructed to repair
several streets. It was decided to repaper
and repaint the city building.
Two coal miners employed at the
Wheeling & Lake Erie Kail road Company's
mines at Long Run, were seriously
Injured by falling slate while at
work In the mines on Saturday. Both
were Poles. Their names were not
learned. It was reported In Martin's
Perry that they had been killed.
Corwln Young, of Dillon vale, who has
been visiting his brother, Verne Young,
returned yesterday evening. He Is the
young man who won the two first prizes
In the Zanesville road race and made
remarkable time for a novice. This
was his first race.
E. D. Meek entertained the high
school graduating class and Superintendent
Stewart and wife on Saturttay
night at the home of Samuel Westwood.
The class will be photographed
to-day.
The Newlands Addition club defeated
Pulton on Saturday by 13 to 6, and the
Goblers by 10 to 10. The Hatch &
Greer club defeated the Jack Rabbits
by a score of 23 to 9.
George Ware, Jr., caught a carp on
a hand line In the back river weighing
9H pounds and one was caught with a
rod and line near the Wheeling water
wurks weighing 10& pounds.
Mrs. William Martin and Mrs. Lloyd
Chenowlth, of Moundsvllle, and Mrs.
Oscar Hampton, of Bellalre, who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. William
McWllll&ms, have returned.
Farmers report the seventeen-year
locusts very plentiful. A son of Edgar
Berry counted a hundred sheila on the
lower part of one tree and getting tired
counting gave up the Job.
Dr. J. S. Flnley, of Mt. Pleasant, will
sail this week rrom New xorn ip Europe
with Mr. McDonald, of Pittsburgh.
They will be absent about three months.
A lawn fete was given at the reslJenco
of James Kerr on Saturday evening
by the Young People's Society of
the U. P. church.
Tho general circle of King's Daughters
will meet this evening to make arrangements
to attend tho meeting at
Wheeling.
A cousin of George Oooko and John
C. Hays, whoso maiden name was Miss
LI 11 lo Cooke, died at Alcda, 111., on Saturday.
John Mlntler and bride, of New Athens,
visited at the home of A. O. Shaver
on Saturday on their way home.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gray are visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Howard N.
Campbell, at Altoona, Pa.
A nine-year-old son of William Lewis,
a roller In the Laughlln mill, fell oil a
house and broke his leg.
Much Interest Is taken In the Republican
county convention, which takes
place to-morrow.
Mr. (ind Mrs. Allan McKeo go to
Zancsvllle to-day to spend the week.
Misses Emily and Leila Ho go are visiting
friends at Delaware, Ohio.
Ross J. Alexander will address the
Fre<? Silver club this evening.
Charles Hoyle will entertain the glee
club to-morrow evening.
Next Sunday will be (lower day In the
Presbyterian church.
BELLAIRE
All Serls of Loral Xrwi and RottpFrum
the f*l?M City,
The Rellalre police force had quite a
lively time the other night when they
visited a house on Rose Hill In search of
stolen goods and possibly the thieves.
William and Arthur Crimmel had been
tipped off fo the police by a former pal
In that line of work and the police went
to the house of Patrick Murray, never
* -1"- <y>a* ?li? PHmmol fwivs had
^31
After....
Taking
course of Aycr's Fills the
syatem is set in good working
order and a man begins to feel
that life is worth living. He
who has become the gradual
prey of constipation, does not
realiw the friction under which
he labors, until the burden is
lifted from him. Then his
mountains sink into molehills,
his moroseness gives
place to iollity, he is a happy
torn again. If life does not
6eem worth living to you, you
may take a very different view
of it after taking
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
byterfan church. This will probably bo
tho last meeting of the center until September.
unless it is decided by the circle
to bold another meeting as ono was
missed.
The steel works and plate mill made an
unusual run Saturday. They had a
large order to turn out and they worked
until about 10 o'clock Saturday night. It
is not stated when they will go on this
week.
The firemen of the city met yesterday
morning and made final arrangements
for the entertainment of the SIstersvllIe
firemen. Who will excurt to this dty next
Sunday.
C. H. Strahl and wife and Miss E.
Jones left yesterday for Washington. D.
C.. to spend a week with relative*. They
will also visit several eastern cities.
John Cratty returns to Columbus this
week to attend tho Ohio State University.
John graduates at that college the
latter part of this month.
A picked team from this dty went to
Muundsville Saturday afternoon and
*-?* limln** r\f (lull nlexA
'I'ill lUC uaumnri u uiuu> ^ ? v>.?.
by a score of 14 to 13.
A large congregation attended services
at the First Presbyterian church
yesterday. Rev. King preached a very
Intereitlng sermon.
A large delegation from this city nrlll
attend the picnic given by the Knlghti
of Pythias at St. Clairsville on Thursday.
The little child of John Lockwood's
fell from a chair at Its home, In the Fifth
ward, Saturday, and broke Its arm.
There will be an entertainment the last
of this month given by the Catholic
schools, in the Elysian Theatre.
Mrs. E. E. Synder and children, of
Wheeling, ore the guests of friends and
relatives on Rose Hill.
Mrs. Rump, of Chllllcotho. Is the guest
of her sinter, Mrs. Win Scott, In the
Fourth ward.
Miss Lucy Brown will leave to-morrow
for Uelpre, to spend the summer at
her home.
Miss Theresa Lentz will leave to-day
for Lloydsvlllo to spend the summer at
her home.
There will be an Interesting game of
ball on the commons this afternoon.
Miss Inez Blackburn returned to Bethany
yesterday afternoon.
Many a bainest man
who is envied by hi*
aodatea and acquaint- R|9H|
anccs as a "lucky fe 1-HW^
low" atanda but a itep^Vv
from the grate. He has
purchased success st the
cost of health. Por every
step forward in wealth he has taken ftrp
backward in health. Now that he haa at
most achieved hia ambition aa a money-gAtter,
he ia standing on the verve of hi* grave.
Ju?t one more big buiineaa strain?just oat
more step backward ia health?tad ha wtU
atep into hia grave. No man lias the right
to gain aaonevat tha expanse of health, fie
owea aomething- to wife and children?soul*
thinf to himself. He may have health eaaily.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makea men and women atroaf and wall. It
wards ott disease. It makea pure blood,
solid flesh, and stronjr nerves. When the
arteries are filled with rich, pure blood, a
man doesn't eaaily break down or get sick.
He can stand almoat any amount of work or
strain. The "Golden Medical Discovenr"
corrects the all-embracing disorders that
cause all manner of disease. It corrects disorders
of the digestion, irregularities of tha
bowels, and impure blood. Druggists sell it
"I was afflicted with pimple* and boils, and
ninnifljr sores on face snd neck," writes kobert B.
Wert. 01 No. 613 Galloway Ave., Columbus. Ohio.
" Nothiof did b? any food. 1 took Or. Pierce's
Golden Medical Dlscorery and 'Pleasant Pellets,'
before 1 bad taken fair bottles I was cured."
Kvery family should have Dr. Pierced
Common Sense Medical Adviser. The
1?u ?- -K-.r. af At en?4ta r?nlir mice.
Now, for a limited time, ft may bo bad
for nothing. 31 one-cent stamps, to pajr
the cost of mailing only, will procure yon
the book In strong paper dPrera, post paid.
Or you can h*rc the book in elegant
cloth binding, for tocenta extra; tt cent* in
all. World * Dispensary Medical Associa*
tion, Buffalo, N. Y.
A. H. PATTER, with E. C. Atkins &
Company, Indianapolis. Ind., writes: "I
hove never before given ft testimonial
In my life. Hut I will say that for three
yearn wo have never been without
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, nnd Diarrhoea
Remedy In the houio, and my
wife would as noon think of being
without dour as a bottle of this Remedy
In th" summer acaaon. We hnve
used It with nil three of our children
it nil It has never failed lo cure?not
simply atop pain, but cure absolutely.
It la nil right, nnd anyone who tries It
will find It so." For pale by druggists.
THIRTY years Is n Ions tlmo to fight
no painful a trouble as piles, but Jacob
Mitchell, of Unlonville, l'a.. struggled
that long before he tried Hewitt's
Witch Hotel Salve, which quickly nnd
permanently cured him. it is equally
effective In eczema and nil skin affections.
Charles R. Goetse, corner Market
and Twelfth streets; Howie & Col.
Bridgeport; Peabody & Son, Hen wood, fl
All flroirffUts guarantee Dr. Miles' Paw
Film to atop llcadocho. "Ono cent ados**
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Geo. E. 81
EVERY-DAY
Dresi
Values that are itncqualcd in
citics. Hundreds of piece:
suit the purse and taste 01
this valley.
At 25c a Yard
A handsome line of Lustre
wide, look as well and po:
higher priced, of which thesi
At the same price wc h
Jaquard Natte, Cheek and i
nrs mnct in iica #1lic CMCOn
At 48c a Yard
Tlicrc arc several lines of
Basket weave, Scotch Nov(
in quality, style and finish ti
The Cyclist and Touri
Especially, and ladies in gei
Suitings just the right articlc
52 inches wide, tightly wovi
and makes a most dressy 1
colors, at
Follow up our stock at;
$4.00 a yard, in black and cc
surprising values.
Some special values in R<
What is "Fasso?"
It's the name of one of the 1
and is in the front rank oi
features are Light Weight, 1
most slender, strong epoug
in long, medium and sltort,
to $10 a Pair.
Shirt Waists. <? ?
Certainly we have them. S
have the line that will suit y
At 48 Cents
There are about fifty styles,
turnover collar, while
1 < w r a
AI to LeilLS
We give you another like
lawn, with collar of same or
made just as carefully as the
98 Cents **
Brings you to a choice a it
attractive and equal to the
mcnt, while table after tabl<
in Lappet, Chambray, Org
up to ?5.00 each.
Geo. E. St
STATIONERY, BOOK8, BTO.
Commencements
Of the Bridgeport and Martin's Ferry
public schools takes place Thursday,
June 3. The appropriate and
inexpensive custom of sending suitable
books as souvenirs of the
eventful occasion, to each graduate.
Is now very generally observed, and
at the low price at whloh books are
doing boiq. m nu uuiudiu^.
Our stock In now arranged for displaying
these books.
STANWS^gS,
Call Jt je
and see our line of
Bom Balls. Bats, Masts,
Catchers' Mils and
HtfieWers'Mores,
Ca r\? Rrnc' 1308
v^arie oros ., market street.
/~1 H. QU1MBY.
Dealer in
Books, Stationery. Periodicals, Newspapers,
Bibles, Hymn Books. Gospel Hymns.
EASTER CARDS VERY CHEAP.
Boso Ball Stock, Foot Balls, Hammocks.
1411 Market Street.
FOR RENT.
For rent-several good rooms
In the City Bank Building. Inquire at
the City Bank of Wheeling. mrfO
For rent-high up in the mounTAINS?Furnished
housos; 6-room
cottage s76 for the lummor. Address L. A
RUDISILL, Mountain Lako Park, Md.
JuL.
I710r rent-a nice. newly fur.
* NISHED room, located near Chaplino
trcet, on Twenty-third street, nultabIo
I for a gentleman. References required.
Call at No. 46 Twenty-third street my7
I710R RENT?BE8TOFFICE ROOM IN
* the city; larae and plenty of light;
centrally located in best advertised buildtnm
tn tin* eitr. Alio large hall for rent
Apply at HU6 CLOTlilEKfl, Fourteenth
and Market it reef. JaC
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
rjpRUSTEE'S BALK.
Dy virtue of a deed of trust made by
Thomas W. Rellly, John J. Rellly, Jr., and
Margarot Roilly. his wife, to mo, an
trustee, dated Juno 7. 1S95, recorded In the
office of tho clerk of the county court of
Ohio county, Went Virginia, In Deed of
Trust Book No. 42. page 5fi7. I will sell at
tho north front door of tho court houso
of said county on
SATURDAY, THE Wth DAT OF
JUNE, 1*97,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. ni.t tho following
described property, that in to nay:
Lots numbered eleven and twelve in thu
addition to the City Of Wheeling laid out
by Moses W. Chapllne and others, sltuated
at tho corner east of Main street
and north of Twenty-flfth street, In tho
city of Wheeling, Ohio county. Went Vlr,
Mlnlii.
TERMS OP HALE?One-third and aa
I much more of the purchase money aa the
purchaser elects to pay In cash on the
I day of wile ,tho balance In two equal Installment!'
at one and two yram. notes
hearing Interest from tho day of sale to
ho given for tho deferred payments.
W. J. W. COW DEN, Trustee.
J. C. HERVEY, Auctioneer. jul-tu
INVERT DESCRIPTION OF
ROOK~JOR, NEWSPAPER
AND POSTER PRINTING
Done at reasonable rates at
I THE INTELLIGENCER
JOIi PPJNT1NQ OFFICE.
X and 27 Fourteenth Streat*
) E. BTtraL a oo. :i
tifel & Co.
s Goods.
i this city, or possibly other
i?thousands of yards?to
[ every lady, miss or child in
Suitines (7 colors), 42 inchcs
isibly will wear as well as the
e arc imitations.
ave also lines 38 and 39-inch
Scotch Suitings in assorted col,
25c
.Wool Suitings in Tressed or
:lty and Broche patterns, equal
d the regular 65c and 75c lines.
St
leral will find our Covert Goth
: for skirt or suit, being all wool,
:n. It does not retain the dust
street or outing costume. Six
65c a yard
75c, 85c, 90c, $1.00 and up to
ilors, you will find at each price
:mnants of Black Dress Goods.
nost popular brands of Corsets
the corset world. Its special
Perfect Fit, easy enough lor the
;h for the stoutest. All size*,
in black, white and drab, $5.75
*
0 have others, but we claim to
on.
made of lawn, with detachable
assortment, made of fine sheer
linen collar. These waists are
higher priccd waists.
ly of Dimity Waists that is as
general dollar and a half gare
is spread with various styles
andic, etc, at $1.25, $148 and
;ifel & Co.
FOR SALE.
"DOR BALB-ONE AND ONB-HAXJT
X? lot In Greenwood cemetery; nne location;
corner lot; adjoin In* byt lmproro*
menu In cemetery. Address CKMETEBX
LOT, care Intelligencer office. spit
For Sale or For Development.
An Oil Ium on 41 MTM la B?toU
District, Monongalia oonety. W.Va., at
the head of Flat Hub, adjoining large
development*, and said ta ba the beet
territory In the state.
JAKES Lm HAWLIT.
Heal Estate and Loan Agency, 1065 Hall
Street.
OTOCKS FOR SALtt.
0 10 shares Wheeling Title and TrestOlb
1 Whltaker Iron Works bond. ?
CO shares Wheeling Steel and Iron Co,
8 shares German Fire Insurance Co.
shares Wheeling Railway Co.
I Wheeling Pottery bonds. I per oent
I Wheeling Steel 4k Iron Co. Ip. o. boadfc
tO shares Bellalre Steal Co.
0 shares Wheeling Bridge Co.
1 shares Exchange Bank. _
R. & IRWlNTBroksr, IS Twelfth 8L
JiOR SALE.
1 FEW CHOICE LOTS IT BDGHGTOI.
CHEAP AMD ON BAST TERMS.
W. V. HOGE,
City Bank BoUdlafc 1300 Market 8U
BONDS FOR SALE.
Fostorla Class Company
Wheeling Steel Bridge.
Wheeling Pottery.
Wheeling Steel and Iron Company.
Bellalre 8teel Company.
Piedmont Water Works.
HOWARD HAZLETT,
Stocks, Bonds and Investments,
POtAttC BO* BULDWG.
FOR + SHLE,
Tha National Collection Afancy, at
Washington, D. C., will dlapow at tha (allowing
Judgmanta:
WEST VIRQIKUL
Bellngton Coal ana Coka Co.. Baling^ #
OUpln i 'ion, fiark?iiy"Bprtn?a:";;; Sfi
j f. oniaapia * Co., Brau..^,..... it 8
Parrot. Norman * Co.. BrookrUla.. Mt 3
J P. ilowarmaatar, Brucaton HI
Aug. Bohulta. Charlaatown S fi
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